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The democratic institutions minister revealed last week that she was born in Iran, not Afghanistan as she'd long believed.
Critics of Bill C-14 oppose its requirements that a doctor's help can only be given if death is reasonably foreseeable and the patient is in an advanced state of irreversible decline.
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Legal tug-of-war between the feds, civil liberties watchdog.
The Supreme Court gave the federal government a year to come up with a new law last February.
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Canada's top court is hearing the case of two HIV-positive Canadians who did not disclose their medical condition to their sexual partners. Lawyers for Clato Mabior are appearing before the Supreme C...