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Canadian Atheist Files Human Rights Complaint After Being Forced to Attend Alcoholics Anonymous

Byron Wood, a nurse from Vancouver, was going through a rough time in his life a few years ago. After suffering the aftermath of a mix of alcohol and drugs, he went to a local clinic, where a doctor committed him to a hospital. Wood became a "non-practicing" nurse in that time, with the understanding that once he completed a recovery program, he'd be able to practice again.
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