Hockey Passport’s Unpopular

Minor hockey players and parents oppose a federal “concussion passport” as an invasion of privacy, says internal research by the Department of Canadian Heritage. “The possibility that individuals’ highly confidential medical information could be shared potentially outside the health care system was a fundamental concern,” wrote researchers: “Divulging information about their health should be their decision and theirs alone.”

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