Well first off let us put it out there that driving has, with purpose in mind, arbitrarily defined driving as a privilege rather than a right. In this way charter rights can be skirted and thus do not apply. This makes any individual totally at the mercy of those charged with making policy, perhaps influenced by special interest groups. In practical terms the concept of a tribunal could be seen as simply window dressing and potential damage control. So let us not mince words and instead call a spade a spade. Most relevant comments elsewhere here have been made with the intention of being pragmatic and in typical Canadian fashion fail to register concerns based on a completely fatalistic attitude. Is there another side to this issue? Most definitely there is and a valid one.
Note the following link taken from a blog which constitutes among other related issues, this one:
http://duicanrevisited.blogspot.ca/2013 ... ng-on.html
One thing for sure. Should this issue of the revoking of licenses be linked to legislation governing the actions of all health care providers. The numbers of those considering using health providers will dwindle. The risks involved are just too great. This legislation will lose its effectiveness.