Supreme Court of Canada Strikes Down Quebec Prohibition on Private Health Insurance

Jun 10, 2005
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On June 9, 2005 the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision in Chaoulli & Zeliotis v. Quebec (Attorney General), 2005 SCC 35 (“Chaoulli”). This decision will have far-reaching implications for the provision of health insurance across Canada. This decision will be of interest to all health care professionals, health, welfare and pension plan providers and participants, health and insurance policy groups and equity-seeking groups.

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