Canada’s Assisted Suicide Program Has Become a Nightmare

A medical assistance in dying program seemed like a step forward for choice and dignity. But it is beginning to look like a dystopian end run around the cost of providing long-term care.

I always thought legalizing euthanasia was a no-brainer. It seemed to me like an individual choice people ought to have, akin to legalizing abortion or same-sex marriage. If someone is in such pain that they decide to die, I thought, who are we as a society to tell them that they can’t? There’s also a […]

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