Chaoulli v Quebec and the Future of Canadian Healthcare: Patient Accountability as the ‘Sixth Principle’ of the Canada Health Act

By | February 5th, 2007|Op-ed|

In this study for the C. D. Howe Institute, Professor Patrick Monahan, Dean of Osgoode Hall Law School, assesses the far-reaching impacts of the Supreme Court of Canada decision in Chaoulli v Quebec 2005 and argues that provincial action on wait-time guarantees and patient accountability are key to the future of health care.