Hide these abuses that we can not see…

The year 2018 is off to a very bad start for supporters of euthanasia as new disturbing cases have surfaced in Belgium and the Netherlands, where euthanasia has been legal for several years.

So far, apart from a recent exception, the oversight committees in both of these countries have always been able to classify controversial cases without following them up, hoping surely that time would erase from collective memory these grey areas that smear the aura of euthanasia.

This time, however, the ...

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Statistics reduced to porridge

2017 comes to an end with a final month representative of the ideological porridge that sprouts in our society: normalizing euthanasia. Indeed, CBC (once again) aired propaganda programs supporting of assisted suicide, and two complacent articles suggesting that we should (already!) consider expanding the assisted suicide law, basically for people “tired of living”.

Otherwise, a study was published in the magazine Le Spécialiste, the official magazine of the Fédération des médecins spécialistes du Québec (FMSQ), to present the ...

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Two years of euthanasia in Quebec: the facts

Many promises preceded the intrusion of the law that legalized euthanasia in Quebec – under the euphemism “medical aid in dying” – into our health system two years ago, on December 10, 2015. Today, we have concrete experience, from right here at home, that allows us to respond to a crucial question: what are the facts after two years?

Many abuses were reported by the Commission in charge of evaluating the application of the law. Yet, the College of Physicians judged that ...

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Review priorities: it’s urgent!

During the month of November, as the world’s most extreme (or most transparent?) supporter of assistance in suicide promoted his horrible euthanasia machine with a detachable coffin, our Quebec politicians bickered about whether the Quebec government should ask the courts to clarify the concept of “reasonably foreseeable death” in the federal law on assisted suicide.

One again, always obsessed with one side of the story that only thinks of extending euthanasia to a greater number of suffering people, our ...

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