Some Indigenous people say discrimination they’ve faced by doctors and nurses in British Columbia is so normal that they weren’t surprised to hear about allegations of an emergency room “game” in which health-care staff guessed the intoxication levels of Indigenous patients. But the allegations are still triggering, they say.
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