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Topic - Leona Aglukkaq
Canada's federal government allowed the approval process to proceed Monday for the generic form of the highly-addictive painkiller OxyContin, a move that set off a quick outcry from the country's provinces and aboriginal communities.
Canada's environment minister, Leona Aglukkaq, last year discarded a proposal from her department to publicly state that the Harper government recognized scientific evidence that humans are "mostly responsible " for climate change.
And if the provinces eventually find that they still can't sufficiently control oxycodone, Aglukkaq says she would be open to new regulations to further restrict prescribing and dispensing of the drug.