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Last week, the B.C. Supreme Court ruled that two-tier healthcare was not legal in this province, after a lengthy legal battle by a private surgical centre in Vancouver.

The doctors at the Cambie Surgery Centre had alleged that the current care system was unconstitutional because it could force people to wait for health care.

But Judge John Steeves disagreed, in an 880 page ruling.

Do you think we should allow for-profit health care in B.C.? Or keep it illegal?