Paralyzed, terminally ill man had to sign assisted-dying papers in bus shelter

Bob Hergott

An Edmonton woman says her terminally ill best friend, who had ALS and was effectively paralyzed, had to sign his assisted-dying request form in a bus shelter because Covenant Health would not allow him to do so in its facility.

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