Monthly Archives: November 2014

The New Brunswick Abortion Law Repeal: Only Half the Story

Joanna Erdman celebrates the New Brunswick decision to eliminate barriers to abortion access.

Is Cross-border Egg Donation Exploitative?

Monique Deveaux highlights some ethical concerns with cross-border egg ‘donation’.

Aboriginal Rights and the Welfare of First Nations Children

Amy Mullin considers the conflict between the duty to respect aboriginal rights and the duty to protect child welfare.

The Imperative Character of ‘Social’ Egg Freezing

Kylie Baldwin raises concerns about the potentially coercive nature of ‘social’ egg freezing.

Provincial Funding Of IVF Should Be Restricted On The Basis of Income

Vida Panitch argues that the Quebec government should pay for IVF for those with biological or social infertility, but only for those who can’t afford it.

Ms. Maynard Was Right – Assisted Suicide Should Be Legal Everywhere

Mark Bernstein suggests that terminally ill patients should have the option of assisted suicide.

Assisted Procreation in Quebec: What To Expect?

Marie-France Bureau raises concerns about access to, and the funding and regulation of, assisted reproductive treatments.