Bill to help Alberta in joining B.C. class action against opioid companies

  Edmonton Journal 

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Legislation introduced Thursday could help Alberta recover the public costs of opioid addiction as part of a national class action, Alberta’s Health Minister Tyler Shandro said. “Alberta taxpayers should not be forced to shoulder the costs of opioid-related injury, illness and disease when we can trace the roots back to the unlawful actions of these […]

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