Quebec Superior Court Justice Christine Baudouin’s decision could alter how the laws are applied in the province and across the country.
The judge’s decision at the end of the hearing could alter how the laws are applied in the province and across the country.
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Spencer Williams, a writer and student who has cerebral palsy, now has a more meaningful and rewarding sex life thanks to a sex surrogate and intimacy coach who specializes in helping people with disabilities.
When ALS diminished Brian Wadsworth’s quality of life, he asked for medical assistance in dying. Organ donation was the natural next choice. And while the decision came with logistical challenges and ethical concerns, his loved ones say he never looked back. CBC | Health News
One of two British Columbia women challenging the federal government’s restrictive law on medically assisted dying has been able to end her suffering with the help of a doctor. CBC | Health News
One year after Canada passed its law governing medical assistance in dying, some patients have received approval to get help ending their lives, but find their local health-care facilities won’t provide the service. CBC | Health News
‘I feel quite abandoned’: Woman facing worsening debilitation challenges medically assisted dying law
A fierce and deeply emotional legal battle is brewing as the “reasonably foreseeable” death requirement for medical assistance in dying is challenged in court. The government and disability advocates are vowing to preserve it. CBC | Health News
New research suggests medically assisted dying could result in substantial savings across Canada’s health care system. CBC | Health News