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“These meetings should be a safe space," Hinshaw said. "This safety and trust are now broken.”
Alberta's Dr. Simon Demers-Marcil was photographed calling the family of a patient who had died.
The province says it will save $600 million per year under its plan.
The union that represents nurses has called the move a "betrayal."
Police say a 31-year-old male passenger was killed in the collision.
A man's constitutional rights were violated, a provincial justice rules.
"I found the whole thing completely outrageous," a lawyer said.
Two others were transported to hospital.
One person has died and 35 others are ill.