Evidence lacking to support inclusion of mental illness in assisted-dying framework
If we want to provide MAID to people with life-suffering illnesses who might get better, we should have that honest debate, and the framework should reflect that.
Justice Minister David Lametti successfully petitioned the court for a fourth extension to amend Canada's assisted-dying laws to broaden access to those whose deaths are not 'reasonably foreseeable.' It has until March 26 to reconcile the law with the court's ruling. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade