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Assisted Suicide, Social Media and Firing, Golf Rage Feedback

A prominent doctor who died from a brain tumour leaves behind a video appeal, asking Canada to allow assisted suicide. A Dalhousie University professor of health law and ethics responds. We ask: Is it fair to fire someone because of comments made on their personal social media accounts? And your thoughts on golfing in public parks.

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