Hundreds march against BC's new health-care bill and to recall Premier David Eby

Citing a failure of leadership for allowing new legislation to pass, protesters took to the streets to denounce changes to the B.C.'s health-care system and demanded Premier David Eby be recalled.

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This past Saturday, close to 300 people gathered to protest in front of Bell Media’s Vancouver office. The protest, which was organized by Stand United BC was part of a monthly pro-freedom demonstration known as the World Wide Freedom Rally and has been occurring monthly across Canada and sometimes globally for well over a year.

The focus of the rally this month was to educate citizens about Bill 36, B.C’s new Health Professions and Occupations Act (HPOA), which is set to drastically change how health-care professionals in the province are regulated, to the point that some say they will leave the province to work elsewhere.

The rally also included a march promoting an ongoing campaign seeking to recall Premier David Eby for what they see as a sign of failed leadership for the bill’s passing.

Recently, Conservative BC MLA Jim Rustad brought forth a petition signed by nearly 11,000 British Columbians who also oppose the bill. Rustad says the petition is one of the largest to have been heard in the legislative assembly to date.

In the full video report, you'll hear some of the medical professionals who attended the rally explain why all Canadians — no matter their province — should be concerned that a bill like this has passed in B.C.

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