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Ontario to adopt medical apology law



A trend in the lower 50 crosses the border: the health and justice ministers "announce[d] that the provincial government is adopting legislation that would allow an individual or organization to offer an apology as part of the dispute resolution process without concern over legal liability". British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan have adopted such laws, as have many American states.

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Manhattan Institute
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