Bill banning marketing of unhealthy food and drink faces final hurdle
By Nancy Greene RaineJun. 4, 2018
We don’t need more studies. We know there’s an obesity crisis in Canada. Either we take action, or taxpayers will pay more for health costs later.
Passing this bill is something meaningful and concrete we can do now. If it passes, Canada will be the better for it, writes Nancy Greene Raine who recently retired from the Senate.
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There is an obesity crisis in Canada and a look through the lobbyist registry helps explain why.
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