The landmark Charter challenge over private health-care wasn’t about what you thought it was

Posted on September 13, 2020 in Health Policy Context

Source: — Authors: – Opinion
September 11, 2020.   Andrew Coyne

Despite what you may have heard, a judge of the British Columbia Supreme Court did not just rule against private health care.

In upholding the constitutionality of certain provisions of the province’s Medicare Protection Act, Justice John Steeves did not rule against private health care, because private health care is not banned under the law. Neither is it banned by any other law in B.C., or in any other province.


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