MD in court to claim too-long waits give patients right to pay for private health care

Doctor’s 10-year-old case amounts to ‘political theatre,’ B.C government says

Dr. Brian Day, 72, will step into a courtroom on Monday as final arguments begin in the culmination of a battle he launched a decade ago against the British Columbia government based on a constitutional challenge saying patients have a right to pay for private care if the public system leaves them waiting too long.