Tag Archives: Carter v Canada

Sister Nuala Kenny and the Right to Assistance in Dying

by | August 24, 2015

Guest post by Eric MacDonald It was announced on 14th August 2015 that an inter-Provincial-Territorial advisory group on physician assisted dying was being formed. This seems almost to be a “tu quoque” to the Harper government’s risible appointment of an expert panel on assisted dying that included three members, two of which had given evidence… Read more »

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Recommended Reading

by | July 22, 2015

On July 17 the Department of Justice published a news release announcing that the Government of Canada has established and external panel on options for a legislative response to Carter v. Canada. On July 18, Udo Schuklenk posted “Conservative Government Tries to Con Canadians on Assisted Dying” on his website Udo Schuklenk’s Ethx Blog: “Canada’s… Read more »

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Physician-Assisted Suicide

by | February 19, 2015

In the video below, from The Atheist Voice series, Hemant Mehta explains why he supports the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision on physician-assisted suicide: Please consider supporting Hemant Mehta’s blog, Friendly Atheist, his videos, and podcasts on Patreon.

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