Bill 38: when the debate resumes in the Fall
Keeping track of the various interventions of opponents who expressed their views on many aspects of the Quebec bill (advanced directives and obligation for palliative care hospices to offer MAiD).
The Living with Dignity citizen network is pleased with the decision of the members of the Commission de la santé et des services sociaux who chose o...
A first since the beginning of the debates on Medical Aid in Dying in Quebec The public hearings on Bill 38, An Act to amend the Act respecting end-of...
Serious ethical issues on the horizon: how to adopt measures of such magnitude in three weeks?Urgent need to reflect further on human dignity and its...
Regarding “unbearable pain,” we must kill the pain, not the person with the pain. Failure to offer pain management is now a breach of human rights.
Founder of McGill Center for Medicine, Ethics and Law
End-of-life is a precious moment, for us and for the person leaving us. It is our responsibility to make it a privileged moment, to make ourselves available, to look at our loved ones under a new light, and to see them as they truly are. End-of-life is a period where we simplify and show the essential of what we want to leave to our loved ones.
Physician and board member of Living With Dignity