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Health Law Institute ft in "The next battleground in Canada’s assisted dying debate: advance directives" thestar.com (September 18)

Health Law Institute ft in "Some doctors still not being compensated for assisted deaths" iPolitics (September 15)

Health Law Institute ft in "Assisted death tends to be sought by the well-off, conference told" iPolitics (September 15)

Health Law Institute ft in "Vancouver Island leads nation in assisted-death cases" iPolitics (September 15)

Professor Robert Currie ft in "Put him on trial or send him home: Michael Enright on the appalling treatment of Hassan Diab" CBC Radio Sunday Edition (September 15)

Professor Jocelyn Downie ft in "What comes after medical assistance in dying?" The Coast (September 14)

Alumnus James Cowan ft in "Talk in Halifax looks at Assisted Dying legislation one year on" CBC Radio Information Morning (September 14)

Health Law Institute ft in "Feds choose not to appeal assisted death ruling" iPolitics (September 14)

Health Law Institute ft in "DeMONT: End-of-life conference comes to Halifax" The Chronicle Herald (September 13)

Health Law Institute ft in Radio Canada

Professor Steve Coughlan ft in "Re-evaluation of institutional delay leads to overturned stay on murder charge" The Lawyer's Daily (September 12)

Professor Adelina Iftene ft in "Prisoners' access to medical assistance in dying focus of discussion at meeting" The Lawyer's Daily (September 11)

Health Law Institute ft in "Law Commission of Ontario to present findings from end-of-life project at conference" The Lawyer's Daily (September 7)

Professor Elaine Craig ft in "Nova Scotia judge review" CBC Radio As It Happens [at 8 min 37 sec into audio clip] (September 7)

Professor Emeritus Wayne MacKay and Professor Elaine Craig ft in "N.S. judge facing probe in sex assault case" The Canadian Press [syndicated] (September 7)

Professor Elaine Craig ft in "Complaints about N.S. judge who said 'a drunk can consent' will be investigated" CBC News Nova Scotia (September 7)

Professor Geoffrey Loomer ft in "Doctors, small business owners come out against income tax changes for corporations" CBC Radio Information Morning Saint John (September 7)

Professor Naiomi Metallic, Chancellor's Chair in Aboriginal Law and Policy, ft in "Paul Martin feels 'better about where we're going' after Indigenous Affairs split" CBC News (September 2)

Professor Naiomi Metallic, Chancellor's Chair in Aboriginal Law and Policy, ft in "Naiomi Metallic on the Indian Act" CBC's The House with Alison Crawford (September 1)