Canada's Green Party has been able to pass a Lyme disease bill through both chambers, and it's ready to become law. This bill calls for the Canadian government to build a comprehensive strategy against the epidemic of Lyme that's taking place in their country, but this strategy needs to include not just medical authorities, but communities and patient advocates. Hopefully this law puts an end to the witch-hunt of Lyme doctors that has left Canadian affected by the disease with no recourse but to travel to some USA states to get treatment. Another take on this story: Will we ever see such action in the States? It's way overdue.