On July 1, Anita B. sent the College of Chiropractors of B.C. a request for response to correspondence sent April 12 and April 20, in which she identified herself as a BC client of chiropractic. The college did respond on July 20. Their letter is below.
“This letter is a follow-up to my email correspondence dated April 12, April 20 (two emails on the same day), and May 3. I had identified myself as a BC resident and client of chiropractic in the article I attached to my first email, and I again identified myself as such in the May 3 email. I find it most troubling that I have yet to receive even a simple acknowledgement from CCBC, much less being engaged in any kind of meaningful dialogue.”