National News Ontarians are feeling the pressure from the pumps; Trudeau accused of prejudicing in the Norman case SHARE ON: Greg Higgins, staff Monday May. 13th, 2019 Rising gas prices have Ontarians worried A survey shows the majority of Canadians are worried about the price of gas. CTV shared the report from Nanos Research that said 70 percent of those surveyed are at least somewhat worried about the rising costs. Six in 10 said they would consider more fuel-efficient vehicles in the future. Opposition wants investigation into Norman case Opposition members of parliament asked for an investigation into the Mark Norman case. They disagree with the way the Vice Admiral’s case was handled. Federal prosecutors stayed the breach of trust charge for allegedly leaking cabinet information. Justin Trudeau is also being accused of prejudicing the investigation. Florida looking to import medication from Canada Snowbirds may be flocking to Florida in the form of medication. The state’s lawmakers want to import lower-cost Canadian medication as a solution for soaring prescription bills. The plan still needs to be approved by the federal government but it has U.S. President, Donald Trump’s, support already. Ford has support of MPP’s even if they don’t agree with cuts Some conservative MPP’s are apparently biting their tongues when it comes to Doug Ford’s budget cuts. The Toronto Star emailed the 10 Progressive Conservative MPP’s around the GTA and asked about cuts to health, transit and child-care. They are facing a lot of pressure from Toronto Mayor, John Tory, along with other councillors to rescind those cuts.