Convincing the Ontario Government to Cover a New Treatment for Autism Introduction of the Issue What this organization is trying to accomplish is to pressure the Ontario government into cover a new treatment for Autism. The implicit rationale behind such a movement is that the new treatment can assist those with Autism and, in addition to that, many sufferers of Autism simply do not have access to the treatment because they cannot afford the treatment. Of course, this raises the question of what legal grounds can support the organization as it determines to use the courts as a means of advancing its agenda. Reviewing the situation, it is apparent that Section 15(1) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms might be just the thing the...The end:
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