Paul Tuns: On August 11, the Associated Press ran a 2300-word story, “’Disturbing:’ Experts troubled by Canada’s euthanasia laws,” which shone an international light on the country’s permissive euthanasia regime and how numerous families felt pressured to accept so-called Medical Assistance in Dying in lieu of proper medical care. Maria Cheng, the AP reporter, interviewed the families of Alan Nichols and Sean […]

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