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Before we even contemplate providing MAID for mental illness, people must be provided access to the services they need to thrive in a society that has thus far woefully failed to provide funding and proper mental health care and social supports for people, write Isabel Grant and Trudo Lemmens. Pexels photograph by Luis Dalvan

MAID expansion advocates have wrongly appropriated the abortion debate

Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Gary Anandasangaree, pictured on the Hill. Bill C-29, the National Council for Reconciliation Act, was introduced by former Crown-Indigenous minister Marc Miller on June 23, 2022. Miller is now immigration minister. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
A private member's bill proposes to make it optional for MPs to make an oath or affirmation of allegiance to King Charles III, pictured with his wife Camilla in Ottawa in 2022 during his most recent of Canada as Prince of Wales. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
As it stands, Bill C-27 is data-driven, putting business interests and secrecy first, writes Ken Rubin. Unsplash photograph by Matthew Henry
Liberal MP Jenica Atwin, parliamentary sectary to the Indigenous services minister, left, kicked off second reading debate on Bill C-28 on Oct. 20. Former senator Lillian Dyck says she appreciated that Atwin’s speech highlighted how revoking one’s status revokes their identity. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
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