We did that silly little post on Tuesday about the Canadian medical monitoring decision, and we fully expected it to wither on the vine. (The big news Tuesday was the proposed new CBE regulation, about which we’ll have more to say momentarily.)

But a funny thing happened on the way to the CBE reg: Canada

We can’t spell Canada.

We have enough trouble with “USA.”

We don’t speak Canadian.

And we sure as heck don’t do Canadian law.

But just when the United States seems to be coming to its senses about claims for medical monitoring, Canada slipped a gasket. In Peter v. Medtronic, Inc., No. 05-CV-295910CP, slip op. (Ontario