Last September, a Quebec court ruled that Canada’s medical assistance in dying (MAID) legislation was too restrictive because it limited eligibility to people whose deaths were reasonably foreseeable. The decision gave the federal government until March 11, 2020, to change Continue reading Urgent! Have your say
My partner and I recently spent a few days in Montreal with friends, where we stumbled on The Inca, Treasures of Peru, a visiting exhibit at the Musee Pointe a Calliere. This beautiful exhibit contained several rooms filled with artifacts Continue reading Earth to earth
As 2019 comes to a close, three recent sexual assault cases make apparent the continuing and desperate need for judges to receive proper education in the dynamics of sexual violence. As Patricia Hughes wrote recently in Slaw: “Will we ever Continue reading When will they ever learn?
On December 19th, Ontario Court Judge Doody dismissed all 19 charges against Joshua Boyle, in a verdict that took him three hours to present. Boyle, as many of you will recall, was charged with a number of offences against his Continue reading Women in struggle