CBC's James Cullingham says "different strokes.".; 1988.
CBC journalists, including those with As it Happens, continued to eclipse the history of persons with sensitivities behind a legtimate but separate debate about doctors of environmental medicine. CBC journalists and management continue to entertain as reasonable the practise of subjecting persons with sensitivities to a reverse onus, making a sport out of their security and their rights. Most important, journalists continue to hide the existence of publicly insured methods of diagnosis which provide a legally obligating method of identifying people and protecting them from disabling or lethal acts of commission.