May 21, 2019

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Opinion

Life and death should not be a contest

Proposed legislation on assisted dying falls far short of the mark

PATRICK DOYLE / THE CANADIAN PRESS FILES</p><p>Price Carter, son of Kay Carter, speaks at a news conference on Bill C-14, while his sister, Lee Carter, and Josh Paterson, executive director of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association, listen on Parliament Hill in April.</p>

PATRICK DOYLE / THE CANADIAN PRESS FILES

Price Carter, son of Kay Carter, speaks at a news conference on Bill C-14, while his sister, Lee Carter, and Josh Paterson, executive director of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association, listen on Parliament Hill in April.

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