2-year-old policy was established under guidance of a working group and subjected to external consultation
The Canadian Press
The debate over Ontario doctors’ right to refuse to provide medical services that clash with their moral or religious beliefs is headed to court.
A group of five doctors and three professional organizations is challenging a policy issued by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario that requires doctors who have a moral objection to the treatment sought by a patient to refer them to another medical professional who can provide the service. . . [Full text]