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Health Care: Income Inequality and Question Period

health care: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers a statement on the terrorist attack in New Zealand following Question Period in the House of Commons on Monday, according to Toronto Star. He will release the highly anticipated federal budget on Tuesday. When respondents were asked earlier this month to choose the two most important national issues, health care was the most common answer at 23 per cent, followed by the environment, income inequality, corruption, government spending, housing affordability, the economy, energy, immigration and finally taxes, which polled at 10 per cent. Adrian Wyld / The Canadian Press When a similar poll was conducted in early 2016, as the federal Liberals prepared their first budget, Canadians ruled the economy the most important issue. But that doesn't indicate an end to Canadians' anxiety. Jobs ranked second. ( As reported in the news.