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'All nurses can be affected' by outcome of Strom appeal: Judge

The Saskatchewan nurse who was fined $26,000 for writing on Facebook about her grandfather’s health-care experience will have company when she appeals the penalty in the new year. 389 more words

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Civil liberties group takes Canada's spy watchdog to court over monitoring of pipeline protesters

After Canada’s spy watchdog dismissed a complaint over the monitoring of pipeline protesters, a civil liberties group is appealing the decision in Federal Court and protesting the extreme secrecy around the proceedings. 728 more words


Woman challenging restrictions of Canada's assisted dying law gets medical help to end her life

OTTAWA — One of two British Columbia women challenging the federal government’s restrictive law on medically assisted dying has finally been able to end her suffering with the help of a doctor. 889 more words


Former inmates to testify in trial challenging indefinite solitary confinement

VANCOUVER — Canada’s correctional service continued to use indefinite solitary confinement for prisoners despite decades of policy-reform recommendations and a call for change from the prime minister, a lawyer said Tuesday. 592 more words

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