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4th Reading

Some family doctors in the province have begun turning away new patients. That's after physicians turned a resounding thumbs down to a deal negotiated with the Tory government. The Ontario Medical Association says parts of the deal can be salvaged, and has invited the government back to the negotiating table. Health Minister Jim Wilson says he's disappointed, and the government will take the weekend to think about how to solve the situation. How is this going to affect all of us? Host Steve Paikin is joined by Gerry Rowland, President of the Ontario Medical Association. And 4th Reading's regular group of Queen's Park analysts: Leslie Noble, Conservative advisor, Liberal Richard Mahoney and Ruth Grier, herself a former Health Minister in Bob Rae's NDP government
Nov 03, 1996
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