Scheduled to Die: The Rise of Canada’s Assisted Suicide Program

Over the past few years, doctors have taken an increasingly liberal view when it comes to defining “reasonably foreseeable” death. Then, last year, the government amended the original legislation, stating that one could apply for MAiD even if one’s death were not reasonably foreseeable. This second track of applicants simply had to show that they had … Continue reading Scheduled to Die: The Rise of Canada’s Assisted Suicide Program