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CLF in CBA Law Matters Magazine
August 17, 2016
CLF's legal team has contributed an article to CBA's Law Matters magazine examining the societal and ethical implications of legalized euthanasia. [READ MORE]
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Alberta creates "central coordination service" for euthanasia
August 15, 2016
Physicians who decline “for reasons of conscience or religion to provide or to aid in providing medical assistance in dying”, must ensure the patient has timely access to Alberta Health Service’s coordination service. [READ MORE]
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Nova Scotia Court of Appeal rules in TWU's favour
July 26, 2016
The Court of Appeal affirmed the ruling of the lower court that the Barristers' Society had no legal authority to pass its 2014 Resolution refusing to recognize TWU law degrees. [READ MORE]
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»   RT @CBAAlberta: From @DerekBMRoss and John Sikkema or @CLF_Canada – What autonomy rhetoric doesn’t teach us about assisted suicide. https:/…

»   Nova Scotia Court of Appeal rules in favour of @TrinityWestern. More to come. Read the full case here: {view link}

»   So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.

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