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David Baker on CBC’s Power and Politics

  • February 2, 2016
  • David Baker
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Bakerlaw’s David Baker was on CBC’s Power and Politics last night debating different legislative approaches to physician assisted dying. Mr. Baker appeared with Professor Jocelyn Downie.

 

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Or visit the CBC’s website here (link).

Bakerlaw’s David Baker on CBC’s Power and Politics

  • January 12, 2016
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Yesterday bakerlaw’s David Baker was featured on CBC’s Power and Politics discussing the importance of having strong safeguards¬†in regards to physician assisted suicide. To see his debate, click here (link).

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The debate was filmed following the Supreme Court of Canada’s hearing regarding the Federal Government’s request to extend the declaration of invalidity rendered in Carter v Canada. » Read the rest