Seminar Saturday May 11th: Protecting the most vulnerable from euthanasia

The Physicians' Alliance against euthanasia presents:

Protecting the most vulnerable from euthanasia

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Special guest: Balfour Mount, physician

Euthanasia: well- intentioned but a colossal and dangerous mistake

Date: Saturday May 11th, 8h30 to 12h45

Where: Mount-Royal Center (Peel metro station)

2200 Mansfield, Montreal

Saturday May 11th, 8h30 to 12h45

Plan de l'adresse de l'entreprise

Métro Station Peel
210 m ...

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Real empathy, real compassion, dignity beyond appearance and sickness

Really listening is meeting another in the relationship. Let us multiply these initiatives in Quebec. When the relationship takes precedence over institutional rules and that we bet on the strengths of the individual instead of the loss of autonomy. To love and be loved.

An inspiring film!

Carpe Diem, until the end of life

Seizing the reality of people with Alzheimers, to meet them… that is the philosophy of Carpe Diem house, a unique place in Quebec where relationships with others take priority. ...

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Belgium-Euthanasia: Is the conscience clause legitimate?

The conscience clause that certain health institutes put forward in order to not apply the law on euthanasia in Belgium will be subject to a non-biding opinion of the bioethics consulting comity, in which "one part tends to prove" that there exists "no legal basis" permitting to affirm that it might be "legitimate", indicated one of its members Tuesday, however recognizing that there was no unanimity regarding the subject.

The law on euthanasia permits the doctor to put forward the conscience ...

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The deviations of the anticipated declaration of euthanasia in Belgium

To avoid what she considers a painful administrative procedure, Elke Sleurs proposes to double the validity of the declarations.

Senator N-VA Elke Sleurs proposed Friday that the anticipated euthanasia declarations remain valid for a period of ten years compared to the actual five years. Since 2008, the law allows to make these declarations before the commune.

According to numbers compiled by Health minister Laurette Onkelinx, cited by Mrs Sleurs, some 40,000 people, 62% of them women, have already filled out such a ...

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