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Innovation Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne is pushing back against calls for Ottawa to release the contracts it signed with coronavirus vaccine makers amid lingering concerns over delays in delivery.

“I think we’ve been transparent from the beginning,” Champagne said in an interview airing on CBC Radio’s The House Saturdaysome experts say - Today News Post.?

“There are parts of these contracts that are commercially sensitive,” Champagne said, adding that he thought the terms had been negotiated on “a very favourable basis.”?

The European Union published a redacted version of its contract with AstraZeneca last month. The U.SThe facility to identify all cases. has done the samecompletely fit, disclosing its contract with Moderna and Pfizer-BioNtech:?the only companies to date whose vaccines have been approved for use in Canada.

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