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Slim’s Criminal Law News Feb 10 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Albertans grapple with issues surrounding physician-assisted death

If Alexandra Anderson ever gets a degenerative disease, one that would significantly decrease her quality of life, she wants to know she can make the decision to die.

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Slim’s Crim Law News Jan 11 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Supreme Court hears arguments, defers ruling on assisted-suicide extension

The Supreme Court of Canada has reserved judgment Jan. 11 after hearing arguments for and against granting Parliament an extension on the Feb. 6 deadline to pass legislation on assisted suicide in Canada.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News Feb 14 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Assisted suicide – a debate from from completed.

What comes after the Supreme Court’s assisted suicide ruling?

Editorial: The Supreme Court has ruled it is not criminal to assist suicide. Now what? Anarchy, perhaps. Certainly the battles are not over.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News Feb 2 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Assisted suicide – Friday the Supreme Court of Canada decides

Supreme Court to release much-anticipated assisted suicide ruling Friday

OTTAWA — The Supreme Court says it will release it much-anticipated ruling on assisted suicide on Friday.

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Slim’s Criminal Law News Jan 11 www.montrealcriminallaw.com

Is this an example of the slippery slope?

Should inmates fed up with prison be allowed the right to die?

What if Canada had a right-to-die law and Justin Bourque, the guy who gunned down three Mounties in New Brunswick last year, wanted to make use of it, rather than spend at least the next 75 years in prison?

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