The fight for healthcare freedom and choice continues as we wait for a decision from British Columbia’s Court of Appeal.
We expect this decision to arrive anytime now.
Being put on a waiting list is not healthcare, and we need to have a serious conversation about alternative ways of delivering and paying for healthcare in Canada. COVID-19 has exposed the lack of flexibility in our healthcare system of rationed care and low hospital bed capacity. Perhaps one positive from the pandemic can be a wider acknowledgement of this problem supporters of the healthcare freedom case are already acutely aware of.
- “When do we admit Canada’s healthcare system just isn’t working?” by Robyn Urback
- Private Healthcare in Canada: Yay or N’eh? with Dr. Brian Day (Coastal Front Podcast)
- “These simple questions reveal Canada’s desperate need for health reform” by Colin Craig
- “In 2022, can we finally be honest about our health system’s failures?” by Sean Speer