U.S. pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly is suing Canada for half a billion dollars for allowing other companies to make generic affordable versions of two of its drugs after their patents had expired.
Keep this in mind when someone asks you about the TPP
Agreed. The Reform Party started on the road to a ‘better’ Conservatism (not perfect in any sense–but at least headed in the right direction)—BUT was soon co-opted by the socialist bureaucracy in Ottawa allowing harper to betray his base.
When you see things like this, that somehow Harper is not Conservative Enough. What the hell do they want? “Every MAN for himself and Fuck the rest”?
I am also the parent of a four-year-old child with special needs in Ontario. And that’s why I cannot vote for you, Tim Hudak.
I’m Conservative until *I’m* the one that is hurt by conservative policies – http://fullcomment.nationalpost.com/2014/05/20/tasha-kheiriddin-why-i-cant-vote-for-tim-hudak/
Okay, let’s not beat a dead horse. Let’s agree that all things being equal, having Hudak rule in Queen’s Park while Mr. Harper reigns in Ottawa and Rob Ford does whatever he does to Toronto, may be something less than a swell idea. Now what? How do Ontario voters on June 12 go about ensuring it doesn’t happen? Which of the other two parties do they vote for? Do they go for the party of the squishy centre or do they put their faith in the more progressive party? And the really big question: how do they know which of the two is which?
There are more than three parties? – http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/gerry-caplan/2014/05/conservative-hat-trick-cards-ontario