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

Aug 1, 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.

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