C-26, r. 97 - Code of ethics of dietitians
16. A dietitian may not refuse to act or cease to act on behalf of a client unless he has just and reasonable grounds for doing so, in particular where
(1) the client has lost confidence in the dietitian;
(2) the dietitian is in a situation of conflict of interest or a situation in which his professional independence could be questioned; or
(3) the client attempts to induce the dietitian to commit illegal, unfair or fraudulent acts.