Call a Liberal minister for universal pharmacare

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Right now, a universal pharmacare bill is making its way through the House of Commons1 — but despite promising the public universal pharmacare, the Liberals haven’t indicated whether or not they’ll support the pharmacare bill. 

A flood of calls from people across the country could be enough to convince Liberal ministers to support the bill and bring us one step closer to universal, comprehensive, and public pharmacare that is accessible and affordable. 

Will you take 2 minutes to call a key Liberal minister and show support for universal pharmacare?

Instructions on how to call. It’ll only take a minute, and could make a big difference. It’s super easy.

1. Read the talking points below.
2. Enter your information to the right, including your phone number 
3. We’ll call you back, connecting you directly to a Liberal minister’s office.
4. Leave a message on the answering machine if you reach voicemail. If you speak to office staff, just ask them to pass on your message. If you voted Liberal, make sure to mention this!

Talking points to include:
  • I am calling to urge the minister to vote for Bill 213 for pharmacare for all.
  • A publicly-funded universal pharmacare program could provide quality drug coverage to everyone in Canada while reducing our annual drug costs by $4 billion.2
  • Over the past year, 1 in 4 households haven’t been able to afford prescription medications.3
  • About 8.4 million working people in Canada do not have employer-based health benefits.4
  • Please pass on my message and ask the minister to support Bill 213.

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