SENATORS URGED TO CALL FOR CHANGE TO DOCTOR-ASSISTED DYING BILL

May 11, 2016

By Bob Komsic

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Canada’s senators have heard an emotional appeal to reject the Trudeau government’s medical assistance dying legislation the way it reads now.
Maureen Taylor
It came from Maureen Taylor, an assisted dying advocate whose late husband Toronto Dr. Donald Low called for its legalization in a videotaped appeal just days before his death in September 2013.
Dr Donald Low
Taylor says senators are the final hope of those suffering intolerably but would not qualify for an assisted death under the proposed new law.
She’s begging the upper house┬áto insist on at least one amendment – delete the provision that reads a person’s natural death be ”reasonably foreseeable.”
The Supreme Court’s given Parliament until June 6th to have a law in place.
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