Paul Tuns: Beginning April 1, British Columbia taxpayers will pick up the tab on most prescription contraception. In her Feb. 28 budget, provincial Finance Minister Katrine Conroy said that the provincial health plan would cover the full cost of most birth control pills, and all hormonal and copper intrauterine devices, Depo-Provera (an injectable contraceptive), Nexplanon (an implant contraceptive), and the morning-after pill […]

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