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Ethics vs. Interests

19 Apr

The pursuit of science costs money. Where the funding for research comes from has, time and again, proven to be a source of ethical contention. Unfortunately, the findings researchers produce are rarely enough to counter the will of wealthy, outside interests. Much less so when that counter productive will comes from very organization meant to […]

Drawing the line on Euthanasia

22 Feb

By Isaac Zivkovic The British Columbia Civil Liberties Union (BCCLA) is currently challenging the constitutionality of physician assisted deaths in Canada. Bill C-14 was voted into effect last June and outlines various safeguards for patients who may wish to request physician assisted death — otherwise conventionally known as euthanasia. Should a person be old enough […]