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Is the Liberal-NDP deal a bad idea?

A confidence-and-supply agreement between the Liberal and NDP parties could keep Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in power until 2025 and deliver national dental and pharmacare programs. What do you think of the deal?

How important is dental and pharmacare to you? Call us: 1-888-416-8333

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh announced a confidence-and-supply agreement on Tuesday — a deal that could keep Trudeau in power until 2025. (Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press)

A confidence-and-supply agreement between the Liberal and NDP parties, announced Tuesday, could keep Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in power until 2025 and deliver national dental and pharmacare programs.

But Conservatives were critical of the deal with interim party leader Candace Bergen calling it a "desperate" attempt by Trudeau to "cling to power."

Our question this week: Is the Liberal-NDP deal a bad idea? How important is dental and pharmacare to you?

Plus, Ask Me Anything on COVID-19 with Dr. Peter Juni, the scientific director of the Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table.

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