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Morgan Lowrie

Pair contesting assisted-dying laws

MONTREAL—Nicole Gladu wants to die at home, surrounded by friends, with a glass of rose champagne in one hand and a canape of foie gras in the other.

And now the former journalist and trade unionist, who slowly is being robbed of her ability to function because of complications from childhood polio, is fighting the Quebec and Canadian governments for that chance.