Tag Archives: Carter v Canada

Recommended Reading: “Assisted Dying Coming to Canada”

by | February 7, 2015

In his guest post for Canadian Atheist, Eric MacDonald says while there are a number of very positive responses to the decision, the reader will be regaled by many who are predicting disaster when the law comes into force. In his “initial thoughts” on the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision on assisted dying in Canada,… Read more »

Canadians Have a Right to Die

by | February 7, 2015

Guest Post by Eric MacDonald In its ruling, handed down on Friday, 6th February 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that those who are suffering from intolerable and irremediable suffering have a right to receive assistance to die. While not striking down the assisted suicide provisions of the Criminal Code, which would still govern… Read more »

The Cruelness of Christian Based Laws and the Hope Christians Will Help Change Them

by | November 3, 2014

Saturday November 1,  29-year-old Brittany Maynard ended her life.  She made certain to point out that her death was not suicide because she wanted to live (more on this below). You may have heard Brittany’s story: newly wed to her husband, Daniel Diaz, in September 2012 and diagnosed with a rare form of brain cancer, called glioblastoma,… Read more »