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Canada, Vaccines, and the WTO

Canada, Vaccines, and the WTO

The Canadian government’s continued reluctance to support the proposed TRIPS waiver at the World Trade Organization (WTO) is a stain on Canada’s reputation as a nation that demands fairness on the global stage. A group of prominent Canadians and global health experts are speaking out against what they see as Canada’s unwillingness to go against Big Pharma in order to improve vaccine access in poorer nations.

Will Canada finally step up for global vaccine justice during the 12th WTO Ministerial Conference taking place in Geneva this coming week? Click here to read more.

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