4. It Will Save Money

It's about fiscal responsibility.

Not only can we cover every Canadian for the drugs they need, we can save money at the same time.

You see, the money to pay for national public pharmacare pretty much already exists in the system. The system is just so astonishingly inefficient it defies logic.

Money flows away through lost individual and corporate tax revenue, bloated and duplicative administration, over-priced premiums to insurance companies and myriad other inefficiencies.

But, don't take my word, read for yourself:

Estimated cost of universal public coverage of prescription drugs in Canada

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