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Ryan Donnelly | The deadline for the assisted dying legislation is coming up quick. But, if Bill C-14 isn't passed, is that really such a bad thing?
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Pat Kerwin, Retiree Matters | There should be better access to palliative care for people in their final days, but some will want to end the inevitable progress of a disease or condition. We should respect that decision.
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Ralph Surette | The Supreme Court decreed that assisted suicide can be allowed under the Charter and gave the government a year to pass law conforming to this ruling. Here's some serious business that's in a muddle.
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Pro Bono, Safia J. Lakhani | It has been nine months since the Supreme Court released its ruling in Carter v. Canada, striking down the constitutionality of the Criminal Code sections which prohibit physician-assisted suicide.
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Redeye Collective | In 1993 Sue Rodriguez took her fight for the right to end her own life to Canada's highest court and lost. Twenty-two years later, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favour of assisted dying.