The Canadian Press

2003-07-11 | Premiers-Conference

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Canada's premiers wrapped up three days of talks in Charlottetown in July. They agreed to set up a national health council, but they qualified that support by calling for more study to make sure the new body isn't too expansive or overly bureaucratic. The concept was proposed by Roy Romanow in his sweeping report on the health system. Alberta's Ralph Klein said he signed -- but with reservations.

Date: 2003-07-11
Placeline: Charlottetown, PE, Canada
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 26 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << I attempted to get an asterisk but, in order not to clutter up the up paper I, I, agreed not to have an asterisk, and the answer is that I would have said that Alberta will not, sign on until we have, I had an opportunity to discuss certain aspects of the, counsel with the next prime minister >>

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