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Money for healthcare, Trudeau meets the premiers

TORONTO – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet with Canadian premiers in Ottawa on February 7 to conclude an agreement on health care financing: an announcement, made today by Trudeau himself, which comes after months and months of pressure from the premiers of all Canadian provinces and territories, which are facing serious difficulties in the management of public health facilities.  (more…)

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Healthcare in shambles, new sos of the premiers to Justin Trudeau

TORONTO – Public health is on its knees, but the federal government continues to look the other way despite the continuous “sos” from the provincial premiers: the latest, in chronological order, last Friday, when the governors of the Canadian provinces presented a joint appeal to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, asking him to meet “urgently” to “find a deal” on health care funding ahead of the spring federal budget.  (more…)

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Flavio Volpe nel Premier’s Council on U.S. Trade and Industry Competitiveness

TORONTO – Il governo dell’Ontario ha annunciato ieri i dieci membri del Premier’s Council on U.S. Trade and Industry Competitiveness e fra loro c’è anche Flavio Volpe (nella foto sopra, dal suo profilo Twitter: https://twitter.com/FlavioVolpe1), sotto la cui guida l’Associazione dei produttori di componenti per autoveicoli (APMA) – l’associazione nazionale canadese che rappresenta i fornitori di apparecchiature originali per l’industria automobilistica mondiale – ha conosciuto uno sviluppo del settore di un valore tra i $ 6 e gli $ 8 miliardi di volumi incrementali annui… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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