Suicide crisis in remote towns highlights need for caution
As Canada prepares to legalise euthanasia, an influential bioethicist dismisses appeals to conscience
Indian immigrants bring sex-selection with them.
A now-deceased Canadian assisted dying activist has admitted to breaking Canadian law and killing eight people seeking euthanasia.
They may not have the right to conscientious objection over euthanasia.
Report recommends most permissive options
Canada's High Court has authorised provincial courts to arbitrate on requests for euthanasia.
But not without legal complications
Access is the responsibility of the community, not the physician, argues the Canadian Medical Association.
Canada could soon have the world's most liberal euthanasia laws
Doctors are being told to lie about the cause of death
Hindu lecturer declines to wear FM transmitter.
Protests over being forced to refer.
Program did not end until at least 1974.
Why not legalise euthanasia for those suffering from an untreatable mental illness?
No doctor should have the right to conscientious objection, says Udo Schuklenk.
The majority of Canada’s palliative care specialists don’t want to participate in assisted suicide, according to a new survey.
It's shaping up as a major issue among doctors in Canada after last week’s Supreme Court ruling which legalised it.
Prohibiting assisted suicide is unconstitutional and a violation of the country’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
A draft policy of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario demands that physicians must provide services to prevent imminent “harm, suffering and/or deterioration,” even if doing so is contrary to their moral beliefs.
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