People die every minute in Canada, but how they die has become increasingly contentious as the demand for physician-assisted death and euthanasia has become louder and more widespread.
Off The Cuff
- Doctor-assisted dying will not be permitted at Metro Vancouver Catholic hospitals: memo
- Doctors roiled by report advising assisted-death be available to mature children and the mentally ill
- Assisted dying advanced consent recommendation surprises BC's health minister
- Catholic health agency’s position on assisted dying reveals fault lines in B.C.
- Catholic Hospitals wrestle with assisted death. “…not permitted in Catholic health care institutions such as Providence.”
- Edmonton-based Covenant Health may be forced to provide physician-assisted death
- Doctor-assisted death and religious beliefs can coexist, minister says
- Assisted dying should be widely available with few restrictions, parliamentary committee says
- Health minister unsure if B.C. needs assisted dying legislation
- Canadian Nurses Association welcomes report on medical assistance in dying
- Right to die: Should 'mature minors' have access to doctor-assisted death?