Canadians Advance To Finals, Colts Eliminated

With their two victories, the reigning Fred Page Cup champion Carleton Place Canadians have already earned a BYE to the tournament finals while the host Cornwall Colts have been eliminated from contention.

Cornwall dropped a pair of games to Longueuil and Dieppe while the Canadians were able to defeat both.  The Colts will look to finish the tournament on a winning note however as they face Carleton Place this evening.

The Maritime champion Dieppe Commandos were able to defeat Quebec champion Longueuil this afternoon and the two will face each other again tomorrow in the Fred Page Cup semi finals with the winning club squaring off against Carleton Place in the championship game Sunday.

  1. says:

    I support this reuiostlon.A universal pharmacare program will be of huge benefit to Canadians, and the Liberal Party has an ethical duty to advocate a universal pharmacare program.In addition to the ethical reasons for advocating this programs, there will be substantial economic benefits. A universal pharmacare program will encourage private investment in Canadian Pharmaceuticals industry and research and development. Investment in this industry reaches farther than the pharmaceutical industry itself; because the production requires advanced technology equipment and procedures. All of the firms in the supply chains will benefit. Because there are security of supply and safety issues, the universal pharmacare program should incorporate elements that favour production and research in Canada, where oversight can be provided by Heath Canada directly; without precluding imported pharmaceuticals.Obviously, there will be spurious claims that we cannot afford the program. As the reuiostlon points out, it would be less expensive to have universal pharmacare. Also, I think it very important that universal pharmacare will encourage fixed capital formation and innovation in Canada, in an industry with strong export market. I do not agree with linking the issue of patent protection to this reuiostlon. Patent protection is a separate issue, not essential to the reuiostlon to provide universal pharmacare. Patent law is important to business, important to international relations. Attaching this complex issue to a reuiostlon that has merit without it is unwise.

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