Tag: Euthanasia

Is Canada Rapidly Creeping To Euthanasia?

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Twelve years after legalizing euthanasia for consenting adults facing dire medical situations, Belgium now permits euthanasia of terminally ill children. Next it wants to extend euthanasia to adults, primarily seniors, who lack the cognitive ability to give consent.

This unseemly betrayal of the weak and the vulnerable is disturbingly relevant in Canada in light of a recent resolution by the federal Liberals in favour of medically assisted killing and the looming passage of legislation to legalize euthanasia in Quebec. Momentum is accelerating in Canada towards the adoption of state-sanctioned medically assisted death. Read More: Euthanasia’s delusions

Unable to guarantee medical care, the Quebec government turns to euthanasia – PR Newswire – The Sacramento Bee

“MONTREAL, Feb. 12, 2014 — /PRNewswire/ – As Quebec prepares to become the first province in Canada and the first place in the Americas to enact a law permitting euthanasia without a referendum, Quebecers call out to the world to ask their help to influence the government of Quebec not to  pass the legislation.” Read more:

Unable to guarantee medical care, the Quebec government turns to euthanasia – PR Newswire – The Sacramento Bee: “”

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La Petite Mort et la Grande Mort | First Thoughts | Blogs | First Things

La Petite Mort et la Grande Mort | First Thoughts | Blogs | First Things: “I admire the Archbishop of Montreal, Christian Lépine, for speaking out against the new euthanasia program that our politicians have sanctified by calling ‘medical aid in dying.’ Rumour has it that he was forced to buy his own space to do so, inasmuch as Quebec papers proved unwilling to make room on their comment pages for representatives of the Assembly of Bishops to address Bill 52.”