The Policy, Regulation and Research Division is releasing a discussion paper on Bill 9 — Mental Disorder Presumption.
Stakeholders are invited to review the discussion paper and options under consideration, and the draft policies, and to provide feedback.
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2. A copy of your submission will be emailed to the following email address:
3a. Please indicate the option you support, as set out in the discussion paper:
3b. Please provide any general feedback on the policies and your reason for supporting your preferred option:
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