Cost of Living·Episode 9

Pharmacare: what's the prescription for your pocketbook? And is daylight saving actually time theft?

What could pharmacare actually cost Canadians if it's implemented by the federal government, compared with what it's costing us already? And the delightful origin story behind auto-tune. Plus what you sacrifice at work when you lose an hour or two of sleep.

Plus a look at the surprising connection between Cher and the oilpatch

Time change or time theft? Plus the costs behind pharmacare, and what does Cher have to do with the oil and gas industry anyway? ((Shutterstock, Rob Grabowski/Invision/The Associated Press))
Listen to the full episode27:30

What could pharmacare actually cost Canadians if it's implemented by the federal government, compared with what it's costing us already?

As well, the delightful origin story behind auto-tune, and the surpising connections between Cher and the oil and gas industry. 

Plus as Canadians fall back out of daylight saving, we look at what you sacrifice at work when you lose an hour or two of sleep.

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