The author would like to thank Gillian Bourke and Sheila MacPherson for their assistance in preparing this commentary.
Most provinces and territories have passed legislation recognizing and regulating personal directives in their jurisdictions. The sole exception is Nunavut, which as of 2022 does not have its own personal directives legislation. Because of this, it is ...
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