Read these three articles about euthanasia

Paul Tuns I want to bring to your attention three articles written about euthanasia over the last few days that are all very important. The first is the always pertinent Wesley Smith, at NRO, with an article titled, "Alzheimer’s Breakthrough and the False Compassion of Assisted Suicide." Smith notes: Alzheimer’s and other dementia patients are now in the cross hairs of the [...]

2021-06-09T14:51:56-04:00June 9, 2021|Euthanasia, Soconvivium|

Establishing justice and preventing a euthanasia death

In July, the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition received a phone call from Katherine in Nova Scotia who was very upset because her husband, who lives with a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, but is not otherwise dying, was seeking approval for euthanasia. Katherine was shocked when a known euthanasia doctor determined that her husband qualified for euthanasia even though another doctor’s assessment stated that [...]

2020-11-19T10:14:52-05:00October 7, 2020|Euthanasia|

Candidates ignored euthanasia

Despite urgency of euthanasia, CPC front-runners do not address issue The Conservative leadership candidates have not focused closely on the issue of so-called Medical Aid in Dying, or MAiD (euthanasia), even though the government is debating the expansion of euthanasia through Bill C-7. The two supposed front-runners, Peter MacKay and Erin O'Toole have not addressed the issue. Derek Sloan vowed to "Extend the official review [...]

2020-12-03T11:14:52-05:00July 21, 2020|Conservatives, Election, Euthanasia, Politics, Soconvivium|
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