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Thursday, January 7, 2021

Law in Nova Scotia regarding donation of organ & tissues is changing on January 18, 2021


In most jurisdictions in Canada, if you want to donate your organs or tissues after death, you need to say so in writing, or at the very least have a designated decision-maker who can consent on your behalf. This is changing in Nova Scotia. As of January 18, 2021, everyone is deemed to have given consent to the donation of organs and tissues unless they opt out.

Should you opt out? How do you do that? How does it all work? I encourage everyone resident in Nova Scotia to click on this link for full information on where to go from here. This arrangement is likely the way of the future so it may be of interest to other readers as well.

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