A Canadian battling cancer wants the federal government to ban paid parking at hospitals nationwide.
Collin Kennedy has been battling a very rare form of terminal cancer for two decades. He’s been in and out of the cancer facility in Winnipeg.
In a six-week period, Kennedy’s mother – who had travelled from out-of-province to help him – had to pay $600 in parking fees to visit him in hospital.
Should Canadians have to pay for parking at hospitals? Does it go against the spirit of the Canada Health Act?