Kelly Grindrod , Sherilyn Houle
Earlier this summer, a debate was sparked by the experience of Kate Desjardins, an Ottawa woman who went to a walk-in clinic to renew her birth control prescription. She was handed a letter informing her that three of the clinic physicians were not prescribing birth control because of their “religious values.”
At the time, most media outlets noted that this meant she was forced to find another physician. But she had a choice that almost no one is talking about.
Her pharmacist could have also written the renewal prescription for her. . . [Full text]