Monthly Archives: April 2013

Organ Donation, Death and Harm

Walter Glannon discusses the role of death in the ethics of organ donation, and responds to some of his critics

Milking Women

Françoise Baylis and Ryan Tonkens discuss the expanding scope of the commercialization of human reproduction.

Is Canada’s Oil Ethical?

Byron Williston rejects the standard arguments that Canada’s oil is ethical, and urges us to change current energy policy.    

Forgotten Ethics in Canadian Dementia Care Guidelines

Tamara Kayali argues for the need for ethical guidelines surrounding the care of people with dementia in Canada.

Limiting Inquiry in the Ashley Smith Inquest

Juliet Guichon and Ian Mitchell comment on the role of self-identity in the inquest surrounding the tragic death of Ashley Smith.

Bold Bioethics

Carl Elliott offers his view on how bioethicists can (and can’t) make a positive difference in the world.

The Need for a Canadian Bioethics

Carol Collier and Rachel Haliburton discuss the desirability of, and potential need for, developing an explicitly Canadian form of bioethics