Ontario judge extends terminal definition for euthanasia to a woman with osteoarthritis.

Posted June 22, 2017 8:57 pm by Alex Schadenberg

Ontario judge extends terminal definition for euthanasia to a woman with osteoarthritis.

Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director – Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionOn Tuesday I wrote about Canada’s euthanasia law – one year later, showing how the euthanasia law is being extended in Canada at a record pace.In June 2016, Canada’s federal government legalized euthanasia (Bill C-14) with imprecise terminology. From my first reading of C-14, I was convinced that the government intentionally used imprecise language to enable the expansion of euthanasia, without facing political pressure from passing a wide-open euthanasia law.For instance, the government claimed to be restricting euthanasia to terminally ill people. C-14 stated that a person’s: “natural death must be reasonably foreseeable.”The Euthanasia Prevention

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