SUPREME-COURT-ASSISTED-SUICIDE

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The Tories Cannot Ignore the Supreme Court on Assisted Suicide

You don't ignore a mandate from the Supreme Court. But that seems to be the initial response from the Conservative government to the recent Carter decision on assisted suicide. The Supreme Court has given the government one year to draft legislation and yet after a short one-day debate in the House on the issue the Conservative response has been surprisingly laissez-faire. They have done nothing in response other than to have some back benchers complain that the court is being unreasonable and that the government needs more time.
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Quebec Applauds Assisted Suicide Ruling

QUEBEC - Quebec's health minister says the Supreme Court of Canada's unanimous decision to strike down the ban on providing doctor-assisted death shows the province is on the right path with its own l...