Pages tagged "Canada"
Why one Disabled Woman Opposes Euthanasia
Dec 11, 2013
This is a cross-post from Irene Ogrizek's blog. It was a guest post by Continue reading
Belgium professor warns Quebec about euthanasia risks
Dec 09, 2013
CTV news reported on the presentation by a Belgian law professor who explained how the Belgian euthanasia law is abused. Continue reading
Warning: Quebec may follow the Belgians over the moral cliff
Dec 04, 2013
Media statement from , Quebec. Continue reading
Belgian activist warns of slippery slope as euthanasia becomes 'normal'
Nov 26, 2013
Canada's National Post newspaper, continuing its expose on euthanasia, interviews Dr Tom Mortier. Tom's mother was euthanased for clinical depression by Dr Wim Distelmans. Continue reading
Euthanasia is discrimination against people with disabilities.
Nov 18, 2013
This article was posted on . Amy Hasbrouck is a fantastic disability activist with a wicked sense of humour!Alex Schadenberg's blogsite Continue reading
Assisted-dying law would bring risks for the vulnerable - disability activist speaks
Nov 13, 2013
The following article was written by Nic Steenhout, the director of Vivre dans la Dignité, and published in the Montreal Gazette on November 12, 2013 Continue reading
Canada's Conservative Party votes to oppose euthanasia
Nov 03, 2013
The Conservative Party of Canada held its National Convention over the weekend in Calgary Canada. This is a huge boost to the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition and others opposing the current euthanasia push in Quebec. This report from Continue reading
Quebec Euthanasia bill passes one hurdle - but still deeply flawed
Oct 30, 2013
This update on the Quebec Parliament's euthanasia debate from :Alex Schadenberg Continue reading
Quebec Euthanasia, putting the elderly at risk: A personal experience.
Oct 29, 2013
The following article was written by Irene Ogrizek and on October 26, 2013. Continue reading
BC Court of Appeal overturns decision in the Carter case
Oct 11, 2013
Congratulations to Alex Schadenberg, the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition and the Canadian Government for taking the Carter Case to the BC Appeals court. The decision upholds the Canadian Criminal Code's opposition to assisted suicide. From the EPC Media Release: Continue reading