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Independent Reviews - Medical Assistance in Dying

  • January 23, 2017

The CBA extends offer of assistance on Medical Assistance in Dying studies to be undertaken by Council of Canadian Academies.

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Shortage of Judges

  • December 19, 2016

The CBA reiterates the urgency of filling vacancies and increasing judicial complements across Canada, noting the critical shortage of judges in Quebec and Alberta.

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Medical Assistance in Dying — Advance Requests, Mature Minors and Persons with Mental Illness

  • November 08, 2016

The CBA advocates legislative amendments and comments on proposed studies about medical assistance in dying and advance requests, eligibility of mature minors and of persons with mental illness.

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