“Death-on-Demand:” Why Trudeau’s Bill C-7 is Worrying

In September 2019, a Quebec Superior Court judge struck down a restriction that limited assisted suicide to ill patients. Responding to a constitutional challenge filed by Jean Truchon and Nicole Gladu, two Québécois with spastic cerebral palsy and paralysis respectively, Justice Christine Baudouin ruled that “…denying them access to assisted dying because they are not terminally ill is forcing them to endure harsh physical and psychological suffering.”

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