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Four years (and counting) of unconstitutional barriers to MAiD

Jocelyn Downie and Jon Goud explore what happens if the Attorney General’s request for still more time to fix Canada’s unconstitutional medical assistance in dying law is granted (or not).

Long-term Care reform: Change starts with the resident

Paula Chidwick, Jill Oliver, and Carrie Bernard focus attention on the engagement of long-term care residents in the process of reform.

Personal Protective Equipment as Marketing Tool

Sylvie Lemay contends that personal protective equipment should not be branded with commercial advertising.

COVID-19: Exposing the Crisis of Long-Term Care in Canada

Maya J. Goldenberg argues that long-term care is having a much needed reckoning in Canada after decades of policy neglect.

Reopening Canada while protecting public health

Natalie Kofler and Françoise Baylis remind us that everyone must be protected during this pandemic.