“The number of cases of MAID in 2021 represents a growth rate of 32.4% over 2020. All provinces continue to experience a steady year over year growth.”
by Brad Salzberg
August 12, 2023
A 37-year-old Vancouver woman named Kathrin Mentler spoke with Canada’s Globe and Mail this week, informing a journalist that “when she visited Vancouver General Hospital in June to seek help for chronic depression and suicidal thoughts, a clinician told her to consider Euthanasia.”
Many Canadians remain unaware of a vital fact related to assisted dying in Canada. As a result of Liberal government legislation approved by PM Justin Trudeau in 2016, medical practitioners are encouraged to offer Euthanasia as a solution to their physical and/or mental ailments.
In most nations of the world offering legalized euthanasia, doctors are explicitly prohibited or strongly discouraged from raising assisted dying with a patient.
Not so in PM Trudeau’s “Sunny Ways” Canadian society:
“A guidance document produced by Canada’s providers of medically assisted death states that doctors have a professional obligation to bring up MAID as an option, when it’s medically relevant and the person is likely eligible. There is no legal restriction on who can raise the subject of MAID with someone with an irremediable illness, disease or disability.”
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