Despite delay, catastrophic definition may still be overhauled

Author(s): Darcy R. Merkur

September 25, 2013


As the Ontario government continues to consider an overhaul of its definition of “catastrophic impairment,” (CAT), a fear exists that efforts over the last 15 years to establish consistency and predictability in applying the test will be lost

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