The following excerpt is from an article by Rujun Zhang and Karen S. Palmer appeared in the October 15 edition of thestar.com:
Why we care more about health than our politicians do
A recent poll shows that three of the top five priorities for Canadians relate to health (poll). So why aren’t politicians talking about it?
Federal elections should address issues that matter to Canadians. During the campaigning ritual, each party tries to convince the nation that it offers what the average Canadian wants. But what does the average Canadian want? What does it mean if no party is offering what Canadians want?
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The Star Commentary