The Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons debates a policy today on the rights of doctors to refuse to provide medical care that goes against their personal religious beliefs.
The Ontario Medical Association and Toronto Catholic Archbishop Thomas Collins have opposed any restrictions on doctors.
The college could approve its new policy today, amend it, send it back for a complete rewrite or reject it.
The policy warns doctors that refusing treatment could see them ending up before the Human Rights Commission or a college disciplinary panel.
It should be an interesting debate.