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Canadians Should not be Provided Public Support to Kill Themselves

Carter V. Canada 

Toronto and Winnipeg
September 18, 2014 

“Canadians Should not be Provided Public Support to Kill Themselves”

Catherine Frazee Reflects on Quebec Assisted Suicide Bill – in the Montreal Gazette

GazetteWith Quebec’s Bill 52 now stuck in legislative limbo because of an imminent election call, perhaps there is time for us to listen closely to the overtones that are lingering from so much talk of “aid in dying.”

Canadians with disabilities and their families urge strong stand against assisted suicide

Canadian Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) released its decision today to allow the appeal of the British Columbia Court of Appeal ruling in the assisted suicide case – Carter v.

An Open Letter and formal complaint to Global TV for Biased, Damaging Media Coverage


CACL President, Laurie Larson has sent an open letter to Global TV which has helped momentum for other disability rights organizations along with CACL to launch a formal complaint for biased, damaging media coverage

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