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They also insist that objecting institutions be required to advise patients of all options.
The federal government is preparing its own legislation on the issue.
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Quebec was the first province to pass right-to-die legislation last year, arguing it is an extension of end-of-life care and thus a health issue, which falls under provincial jurisdiction.
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Last February, the top court recognized the right of clearly consenting adults to end their lives with a physician's help.
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TORONTO — The college that regulates Quebec doctors will soon provide practitioners with detailed guidelines — including what drugs to use — for euthanizing terminally ill patients who seek help to en...
"The role of (medical) institutions is to offer the service. And it will be offered."
Sources tell the HuffPost Canada it’s very likely a re-elected Tory government would ask the Supreme Court for an extension on crafting new right-to-die laws