Why Ontario's Catholic hospitals may no longer be able to pass on offering assisted death

Monday, August 14, 2017 - 07:52 in Psychology & Sociology

While more than 630 Ontarians have ended their lives with the help of a nurse or doctor, none of those happened within hospitals that have historic ties to the Catholic Church. But advocates argue that publicly funded health-care centres should be legally bound to offer medical assistance in dying.

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