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Liberals Agree to Launch Dental Care Program in Exchange for NDP Support

March 23, 2022
by CBC

The Liberals have agreed to launch a new dental care program for middle- and low-income Canadians and advance a number of other NDP priorities in exchange for New Democrats propping up the federal government until 2025.

“We’ve agreed to work together,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said during a news conference Tuesday morning.

“It’s about focusing on what we agree on, instead of what we disagree on.”

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1 Comment » for Liberals Agree to Launch Dental Care Program in Exchange for NDP Support
  1. tri says:

    Dental care is very important for everyone since birth to die. Everyday, people have to eat and enjoy the food .
    If it is passed , it really the big return to every citizen their lives and worked hard in that past 65 years or at least many decades to survive and contributed to the society, rich or poor people and to other poorer than them.
    However, the cost will be huge, if it pass, the plan must be based on the DMF(decay, Missing, and Filling) and other diseases for those who over 65 year old .
    The number of experience dentists is going down,
    and in addition, the Government should have parallel plan to establish mobile clinics to serve for remote regions and rural areas.

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