assisted suicide

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

While we still can: The case for advance directives

A proposed law on assisted death will not allow patients to choose death while they remain able. Should it?

Assisted death is the new pro-choice

When does life—and a doctor’s duty—begin and end? Assisted dying is dredging up the big questions of the abortion debate, for better or worse.

At ground zero of assisted death

Nino Sekopet, an extraordinary end-of-life counsellor, on the questions he most often faces

Grappling with the hardest questions on assisted dying

An interview with Sen. Kelvin Ogilvie, co-chair of Parliament’s committee on physician-assisted dying

What comes after the Supreme Court’s assisted suicide ruling?

Editorial: The Supreme Court has ruled it is not criminal to assist suicide. Now what? Anarchy, perhaps. Certainly the battles are not over.

Assisted suicide: What will Parliament do now?

Svend Robinson: “I hope that they can rise to the challenge”

Interview: The CMA’s president on assisted dying

Dr. Chris Simpson calls for a process to set new rules

On assisted suicide, the Supreme Court confronts Parliament’s cowardice

The Court has done its job. Now it is up to legislators.

Top court allows ‘physician-assisted death’

John Geddes on the legal and ethical conundrum handed to the federal government by the Supreme Court’s historic decision

A tough day at the Supreme Court for supporters of a ban on assisted suicide

What do yesterday’s hearings suggest about a ruling?

Supreme Court hearing on assisted suicide attracts overflow crowd

Maclean’s contributor Cormac MacSweeney reports from the start of the hearings