Bill C-14

On the right to assisted death: Go carefully into that good night

In my mother's case, the decision to allow her to die when she wanted would have been a godsend. In my father's case, it would have robbed him of four quality years of life.

Andrew Caddell's parents, Philip and Elga, were known by all as Pip and Duckie. They had been sweethearts for six decades before Ms. Caddell died in 1995 after suffering a stroke. Photo courtesy of Andrew Caddell

By ANDREW CADDELL

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, June 8, 2016 12:00 AM

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