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  • By Published On: January 18th, 2023Categories: End of Life Care, Euthanasia

    Yesterday, CTV broke the news that, “Canada is performing the most organ transplants from MAID patients among the four countries studied that offer this practice.” According to the first-ever review of this phenomenon, Canadian doctors were found to have performed almost half of all worldwide organ transplants following death by euthanasia.  Interestingly, the Canadian Parliament

  • Suicide is always a tragedy
    By Published On: December 1st, 2022Categories: End of Life Care, Euthanasia, News

    Assisted suicide is always a tragedy and we always try to prevent it We are heading into the Christmas season and frankly it is an excellent time to think and talk about the subject of euthanasia and assisted suicide. This may sound like a bizarre claim, but hear me out. We often hear assisted

  • By Published On: October 12th, 2022Categories: Beginning of Life, Euthanasia, Palliative Care, Petition

    We strongly object to expanding the euthanasia/MAiD criteria to include infants from newborns to 1-year-olds.

  • By Published On: August 17th, 2022Categories: End of Life Care, Euthanasia, Petition

    A Cdn veteran was offered medically-assisted suicide as a “treatment” option for PTSD. The offer was unprompted and unsought by the veteran.

  • Senator Anderson
    By Published On: April 21st, 2022Categories: End of Life Care, Euthanasia

    Canadian Senator Calls for Strengthening Inuit "Right to Live" The Senate of Canada has just published this feature about Senator Margaret Dawn Anderson. Born in Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Senator Anderson is Inuvialuk, a western Canadian Inuk. In her interview, Senator Anderson said: Sometimes southern legislation has a negative impact on communities in the North. An

  • By Published On: March 23rd, 2022Categories: Events

    Conscience in the Culture & in the Professions “Moral authority doesn’t develop spontaneously; it must be earned. Arthur Koestler… once asked, ‘Can a conscience function by proxy?’ The answer is no, it cannot. You must take action yourself, even if it is a small, modest action. You cannot pass it off to someone else.

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