Immigration Reform: Last Day For Free ‘Gold Plated’ Health Care To Refugees In Canada

This Via Kristy Kirkup @ Sun News:

Starting Saturday, non-government sponsored refugees will lose access to temporary enhanced benefits coverage of vision and dental care, and discretionary medication, while government sponsored refugees who come from camps overseas will see no change to their access.

The feds expect refugee health changes to save taxpayers an estimated $100 million over five years and they suggest provincial governments will benefit from other reforms.

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