Tag Archives: Euthanasia – Assisted suicide

BC Hospice challenges closure over government’s pro-euthanasia policy

This is the complete press release from Angelina Ireland, President of the Delta Hospice  Board of Directors in response to the announcement by the government of British Columbia that it will cease to fund the hospice over its refusal to … Continue reading

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Kids benefit from seeing euthanasia close up, says Canadian doctor. It helps to normalise the process of doctors killing patients

Kids benefit from seeing euthanasia close up, says Canadian doctorIt helps to normalise the process of doctors killing patients by Michael Cook | Mar 2 2020 |  https://www.mercatornet.com/careful/view/kids-benefit-from-seeing-euthanasia-close-up-says-canadian-doctor/23351# Bedside gatherings at Canadian euthanasia deaths are normally an adults-only affair. Of … Continue reading

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Press release Bill C-7 and broadening Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) in Canada

  For immediate releaseMontreal, 26 February, 2020Do we collectively seek the most permissive voluntary euthanasia program in the world? Following Monday’s tabling of Bill C-7 in the Canadian Parliament, Living with Dignity and the Physicians’ Alliance against Euthanasia deplore this … Continue reading

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Canadian Government MAID (euthanasia) bill may permit euthanasia of incompetent people

Monday, February 24, 2020Canadian Government MAiD bill may permit euthanasia of incompetent people. Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Last week, Canada’s federal government asked the Quebec court for a four month extension to amend the euthanasia law. On February … Continue reading

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North Bay Ontario Hospice is being pressured to do euthanasia

Friday, January 31, 2020North Bay Ontario Hospice is being pressured to do euthanasia by Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition For the past several months the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition has been writing about the plight of the Delta Hospice … Continue reading

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Delta Hospice Society

Adrian Dix, Minister of Health for the province of British Columbia is demanding that the Irene Thomas Hospice permit euthanasia (MAID) on site or he suggests it might incur a loss of government funding. This particular hospice is operated by … Continue reading

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Belgian trial is unveiling dark back story to euthanasia death of Tine Nys

This article was published by Bioedge on January 26, 2020. https://www.bioedge.org/bioethics/belgian-trial-is-unveiling-dark-back-story-to-euthanasia-death-of-tine-nys/13305 By Michael Cook The three doctors on trial /Belga The criminal trial of three Belgian doctors for assisting in an allegedly illegal euthanasia of a woman in 2010 is … Continue reading

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Euthanasia statistics for Ontario shows an increase in numbers

The Office of the Chief Coroner/Ontario Forensic Pathology Service released its data on euthanasia (MAID) services in the province. At the end of December 2019, Ontario had 4,318 completed euthanasia deaths. This statistic is for the period beginning June 17, … Continue reading

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Hospice offers to forego $750,00.00 in funding rather than allow euthanasia on its premises

The Fraser Health Authority has ordered the Irene Thomas Hospice in Delta, British Columbia to allow euthanasia (MAID) on site or risk losing funding. The hospice has been given a deadline of February 3rd. The Centre’s philosophy of care for … Continue reading

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A call for conscience rights for health care professionals

  Physicians, nurses and pharmacists must be allowed to exercise their profession according to their conscience. They should not be forced to participate in practices to which they object on conscientious grounds. For more information, visit /www.canadiansforconscience.ca/ Watch the video below … Continue reading

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