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The distinction was really one between the anti-medical practitioners who preferred to remain true to their founders' reluctance to tamper too much with the body, and those willing to pick up some of the interventions, albeit the less heroic ones, of the medical profession. 57 Canadian osteopathy, more in keeping with its British counterparts, came to be seen more as a complementary specialty to medicine. Ironically, neither the strategy of remaining distinct from the medical profession nor the strategy of assimilation proved very successful in the long run.

91 As time has gone on, more and more technologies, and therefore technologists, technicians, and tech- Historical Patterns of Ontario's Health Professions Legislation 29 nical assistants, have developed, with a resultant increase of pressure on the outdated legislation to expand to meet the changing nature of its subject. The other two dependent groups which developed in these specialized areas of care were the technique specialists and the assistants. No dependent technique specialists developed in vision care;92 however, the field of dental care developed the speciality of dental hygiene.

16 These divisions, which were imported into Canada from the United States, weakened the group's political response to the opposition of the medical profession in both countries. Only during times of intense threats did they display much semblance of unity. '20 However, most opponents were brought around to accepting the move when the advantages were pointed out. Not only would this eliminate all other alternative practitioners other than the homeopaths and eclectics, such as the botanic healers and midwives, but it would also provide the means of limiting the total supply of health practitioners in the province, as well as eventually eliminating the homeopaths and eclectics through entrance examinations set by the medically dominated examining board, the Medical Council.

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