The Attorney General of British Columbia’s application for leave to appeal the interim order of a Supreme Court judge in chambers enjoining enforcement of sections 17-8 and 45 of the Medicare Protection Act is dismissed.
This means the clinics that have been operating in BC for more than 20 years can remain open for the duration of the Charter challenge. This is fantastic news for patients who rely on these clinics as their only source of necessary, timely treatment.
Read that decision here.
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