Carter, The Assisted Dying Bill and Constitutional Remedies (15mins)

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In this video blog, I explain the impact of the Carter v Canada decision, which struck down the assisted suicide provision of the Criminal Code, but did so in an unusual way. The federal government is trying to enact legislation with an eye on June 6, when the SCC’s decision to “suspend” the declaration of invalidity expires.  What happens if a new law is not in place by then?  I explore in this video blog.

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