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Euthanasia is now a topic of practically every day conversation.  Belgium has allowed euthanasia since May of 2002, and Canada has been having the conversation about the right to die for months now.  I will be examining a Globe and Mail article discussing about Quebec becoming the first Canadian province to adopt a right to die legislation, a Dan Gardner

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            In the article, “Shooting Owls to Save Other Owls”, published by National Geographic News on July 19, 2014, and written by Isabelle Groc who illustrates that whether one believes it is right to kill one species for another is no longer an issue as the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) has decided to try a new tactic in order to save what is known as “an icon for environmentalists: the northern spotted owl” (Groc).

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“Dog recovering after being shot, tied to train tracks in Florida” by The Associated Press published March 15, on CTV News.

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In the article " Ebola drugs raise ethical dilemmas " CBS news, Denis Thompson addresses the issue of the deadly disease, Ebola, and it's treatment. This viral disease is said to have 90% fatality rate. However, a drug called ZMapp has been tested on monkey's who carried the disease and was been proven affective. Although, there is a dilemma in letting this untested drug availible for sick humans. There is a multiple of questions to be asked.

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<p>An arctile piblished on June 5th 2013 on CBS news states that a little girl in Pennsylvania, Sarah Murnaghan, 10 years old, suffers from end-stage cystic fibrosis (Quijano,2013). The doctors say that she only has weeks to live. The only way she could survive is by having a lung transplant, although, due to her age, Sarah is only eligible for children lung transplant (Quijano, 2013). The problem is that adult lungs are a lot more frequent and Sarah deosn't have much time left to wait. This issue has gone so far that it is now heading to the Obama administration.

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Why We Need Affirmative Consent on College Campuses written by Madeline Diamond on December 11th 2014 for Huffington Post details some of her personal experiences of rape culture on college campuses across North America, along with stories and examples from the past year. She begins her article with a brief personal story about the selling of "I HEART CONSENSUAL SEX" merchandise at her own school's orientation and how she did not originally understand the importance of consent in the college social setting.

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