Drug Bill Passes Senate With Swipe At ‘Big Pharma’ Lobby

The Senate has passed a drug recall bill amid criticism of pharmaceutical companies as second only to “big oil” as a powerful Parliament Hill lobby. The legislation followed Health Canada complaints of obstructionism by drug firms in restricting medicine deemed a health risk: ‘Next to big oil, nobody’s bigger’.

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