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December 20, 2016 |
On Dec. 14 the federal government announced an asbestos ban. "We can all breathe easier," said CLC president Hassan Yussuff. "This is good public health policy that will without question save lives."
| June 4, 2016

'Bill C-14 if enacted is a bad law': Delay of assisted dying legislation could be best option

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One of the byproducts of the "Elbowgate" scandal beyond the media coverage was the delaying of essential votes on Bill C-14 -- the Liberal government's assisted dying legislation.

After hearing the Carter v. Canada case, the Supreme Court ruled that prohibiting Canadians from accessing assisted dying services was a denial of their charter rights. The Court gave the Canadian government until June 6 to legislate the practice.



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October 14, 2015 |
Over 90 First Nation communities and allied organizations sent an open letter to federal party leaders urging them to prioritize funding commitments to end the drinking water crisis.
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| August 7, 2015

Harper government silences Native women's voices

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