The Government Operations and Estimates Committee posted $340,958 in expenses since the start of the current Parliament in December 2015.
Senators Raynell Andreychuk, Lillian Dyck, Jane Cordy, Diane Griffin, and Grant Mitchell. Senators say they’ve found over time that bills that are straightforward and uncontroversial have a better rate of success, as are bills where Senators are open to working with the governments on amendments that would make it agreeable. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright & courtesy of the Senate of Canada
'I think they fill a real need,' says Liberal Sen. Jane Cordy.
Modern death has become a wrenching political dilemma, one that grows more pressing as the population ages. A Good Death confronts our fears about dying, our struggle for meaning, and our dread of being trapped by voracious medical technology in a nightmare world that has abandoned caring in pursuit of curing, no matter the cost or the suffering to patients and their families. A Good Death asks the tough question none of us can avoid: How do we want to die?