The End of Medicare or Did Anything Even Change? Examining Discourses in the wake of Chaoulli v Quebec

Drew J Swanson
In the immediate aftermath of Chaoulli vs. Quebec (Attorney General), it seemed that this decision would constitute a turning point in the way public health care is delivered in Canada. However, the lack of change in the following years has left this theory largely suspect. This thesis sets out to establish how two separate, yet equally powerful reactions to this case, proliferated in the wake of this decision. It aims to validate an original hypothesis...
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