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With the first women's ski jumping gold medal finally awarded at the Olympics, the next question is where to from here for the sport?
Confined to a wheelchair, in constant pain and unable to bathe without help, a 63-year-old grandmother has forced the issue of assisted suicide into Canadian courts for the third time in two decades.
Polygamy is so harmful to women, children, society and the "institution of monogamous marriage" that it can be outlawed, even though it offends certain religious beliefs, a Canadian judge said in an unprecedented ruling Wednesday.
Canada's ban on polygamy should be upheld because it protects women and children, attorneys said Friday in a landmark case to decide whether the ban violates religious freedom.
A court hearing challenging Canada's anti-polygamy law on religious freedom grounds resumes Wednesday in British Columbia and will eventually include testimony from men and women who are living in multiple-partner marriages.