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The government had argued that it needed the Feb. 6 deadline extended by six months in order to have the time to craft a proper law.
With Canada forced to confront the challenges of an aging population and the Supreme Court establishing a deadline, the Canadian Medical Association is also pushing to make sure palliative care reform becomes a political priority.
The Supreme Court gave the federal government a year to come up with a new law last February.
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