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Critics of Bill C-14 oppose its requirements that a doctor's help can only be given if death is reasonably foreseeable and the patient is in an advanced state of irreversible decline.
They will have to go through a family doctor, not court.
"Despite tremendous effort, this bill is not yet in place."
"Parliament faces a difficult task in addressing this issue."
A leaked memo reveals physician-assisted death is "not permitted" at a Catholic-based health provider in Vancouver, putting into question how it will adjust its policies when a recent Supreme Court of...
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The government faces a time crunch to find a legislative response to the Supreme Court ruling.
OTTAWA - Justin Trudeau's Liberals want the outlines of a new law governing doctor-assisted dying to be clear by mid-summer — before Canadians head to the polls in October.They'll try to get the ball...