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  • Pastine, * especially the glutinous pastine, which are of the same nature, are undoubtedly superior to the others for digestibility, but are accessible only to the privileged social classes.

    The Montessori Method

  • "Lee and Hollis feel they could be criminally prosecuted for assisting her mother and that's why they are challenging the laws," said B.C. Civil Liberties lawyer Grace Pastine, adding Kay Carter suffered from spinal stenosis, which involves a narrowing of the spine.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Although the court at the time upheld the Criminal Code, the issue should be revisited, said Grace Pastine of the BCCLA.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • "We believe the time has come to bring that issue back before the court," said Pastine.

    CBC | Top Stories News

  • Though the lawsuit is filed in B.C. Supreme Court, Ms. Pastine said it's likely to reach the Supreme Court of Canada.

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  • Grace Pastine, the civil liberties association's executive director, said Criminal Code provisions against physician-assisted death are unconstitutional because they deny individuals the right to make choices fundamental to their physical, emotional and psychological dignity.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Grace Pastine, Litigation Director of the BC Civil Liberties Association: “Not only must protesters be able to draw public attention to their demands, they must be able to make their protests heard by the leaders they are addressing.

    The countdown to the Montebello summit raises very troubling legal issues

  • Grace Pastine, Litigation Director for BC Civil Liberties Association

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