In Canada if you don’t want to kill someone, the government will force you to do it. The practice of euthanasia or MAID (medical assistance in dying) was made legal in Canada in June of 2016 but those who voluntarily choose not to carry out the practice are being forced to either comply or shutdown their operation.
Hospice palliative care sees dying as a normal part of life and helps people to live and die well. Hospice palliative care does not seek to hasten death or intentionally end life. In MAID, however, the intention is to address suffering by ending life through the administration of a lethal dose of drugs at an eligible person’s request. In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth speaks with the president of the Delta Hospice Society board Angelina Ireland about MAID and how the Canadian government is trying to force them to carry out the practice and if they don’t they’ll be shutdown. They have been given 1 year to adjust, please contact Angelina to support or get involved:
Call Angelina at 778-512-8088
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