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Doctor won’t be disciplined for providing assisted death at Jewish nursing home in Vancouver

A Vancouver doctor accused of “sneaking in and killing someone” at a Jewish nursing home has

Answering the call for an assisted death has ‘taught me more about living my life than dying’: MAID manager

Talking about death is a big part of Michelle Fisher’s job. When a person decides to

Health advocates fundraise to build a home for patients seeking medically assisted deaths

Even at a young age, Edite Flaums knew where she didn't want to spend her final

Montrealers argue for right to assisted dying in pivotal court challenge

During a break in her court proceedings, Nicole Gladu wheeled down a corridor of the Montreal courthouse

Halifax woman posthumously calls for fix to Canada's assisted dying rules

A Halifax woman who died in November is posthumously calling for an amendment to Canada's assisted dying

Challenge to medically assisted dying laws begins in Quebec court

Two Montrealers with degenerative diseases started their fight Monday for improved access to Quebec and Canada's doctor-assisted dying

Organ donation changes dying for those getting medically assisted death

When ALS diminished Brian Wadsworth’s quality of life, he asked for medical assistance in dying. Organ

'My life … is hell on Earth': Parkinson's patient battles barriers to assisted death

The bubbly is chilling. The lobster flown in from Nova Scotia is unpacked. The sound of

Health Canada assisted private plasma clinics, newly released documents say

A coalition of health advocates recently held a news conference on Parliament Hill to release more

Newly available drug secobarbital could boost number of self-administered assisted deaths

Only a tiny percentage of Canadians who’ve received medical assistance to end their lives has chosen