Close consideration of the probable costs and benefits of the CETA for Nova Scotia reveals that the agreement’s benefits are being oversold, while its costs and consequences are minimized or even ignored.
Passed into law in 1984, the Canada Health Act is the overarching legislation covering Canada’s national medicare program. The act sets the criteria and conditions for insured health care services, and the national standards that provinces and territories must meet in order to get federal funding from the Canada Health and Social Transfer (CHST).
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A Legal opinion prepared by Steven Shrybman (Sack Goldblatt Mitchell LLP)