Updates: It seems Pro Athletes in other parts of Canada are also getting "Special treatment".
Abbotsford pro hockey team queue-jumps for H1N1 vaccine:"A doctor's decision to vaccinate members of the Abbotsford Heat professional hockey team against H1N1 was inappropriate and against provincial guidelines, B.C.'s chief medical health officer says.
Dr. Perry Kendall said Wednesday there has been no directive to give priority vaccinations to professional or amateur sports teams ahead of those more at risk and he will be speaking with the doctor involved."
It now seems someone in Alberta has been held for responsible for this situation with the Calgary Flames: the question is whether or not the right party or parties in this shameful incident will
"Like most Albertans, I am deeply offended that this circumstance has occurred," Ken Hughes, chairman of Alberta Health Services, said in a news release."
"The decision to allow preferential access to the Flames and their families was a serious error in judgment."
Hughes said the "most senior staff member involved" was dismissed, but didn't name the person or detail how the Flames were able to avoid long lineups last week and get the vaccination at a separate spot."