I'm sure Erica has distributed the medical inadmissibility brief. I wasn't able to print it out for you, I'm sorry. The brief describes the challenges that the medical inadmissibility regime currently poses for persons who would, under normal circumstances, qualify as immigrants.
The medical inadmissibility regime currently says that the cap is $6,650 per year. This does not account for the fact that some people have access to private insurance; they come with their own resources, etc. If they were just allowed to be regular migrants, such people would not have to access the refugee process, which, as I've described, imposes a lot of onerous challenges on them and their families. That's one reason we think the medical inadmissibility process or regime needs to be repealed.
In addition, medical inadmissibility separates families, does not facilitate family reunification, and is not a process that is in line with immigration objectives, which are to secure the best quality migrants to Canada. We're in fact denying good quality migrants access to Canada.