Changes are coming to Canada’s medical assistance in dying legislation. A Quebec Superior Court says Canada’s current laws are too restrictive – and should remove a requirement that natural death be in the ‘foreseeable future’.
Pro-euthanasia advocacy groups want the law to go even further to include mature minors and those suffering from mental illnesses.
This week on Context: What kind of future do we want on assisted dying?
Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett, Director of the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute
Taylor Hyatt, Board director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
Chantal Huinink, Social Justice and Accessibility Advocate
Larry Worthen, Executive Director, Christian Medical and Dental Association
Jean Weisner, Long term care worker