The Canadian Health Coalition is hosting a timely and thought-provoking discussion as part of a National Cambie Campaign. The Cambie Case is a court case in British Columbia seeking to overturn the ban on private for-profit medicine and bring U.S. style health care to Canada.
Join Professors Colleen Flood and Marie-Claude Prémont to discuss the impact of the Chaoulli case in Quebec and the potential national implications of the Cambie case in British Columbia. Prémont is one of the B.C. Health Coalition’s expert witnesses in the Cambie case.
Event details: National Implications of Legal Challenges to Public Health Care
When: Tuesday, June 18, 2019 from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m.
Where: 251 Bank St., 2nd floor, Ottawa (Map)
Professor Colleen Flood, University of Ottawa Research Chair in Health Law & Policy
Professor Marie-Claude Prémont, École nationale d’administration publique.
Everyone is welcome! Please share the event with anyone who may be interested to learn more about the impact of constitutional litigation on public health care in Canada.
Please RSVP to help with planning at www.healthcoalition.ca/events.