assisted dying

The modern Baby Boomer’s guide to dying

Robert McCrum’s Every Third Thought contemplates the endgame for a generation that’s changed everything it touches

Who will be the doctors of death in a time of assisted suicide?

Those requesting medically assisted death should be able to access it in an equitable, respectful and expedient way, says Craig Goldie

Canada’s halfway measures on assisted dying fail the mentally ill

When it comes to psychological suffering, talking about doctor-assisted death can be tricky. But Canada needs a proper framework.

Finding death, when the assisted dying law leaves you out

Despite new legislation on assisted dying, some Canadians remain in a desperate catch-22. Ruth Duffin was one.

In this House fracas, everyone loses—especially Justin Trudeau

How the Liberals brought their Parliamentary boiling point, and its aftermath, on themselves

Murray Rankin on assisted dying’s trickier questions

Murray Rankin discusses a new report from a special committee of MPs and senators on physician-assisted dying