The policy opens their euthanasia allowance to those who are not terminally ill.
- The Canadian government will now pay for those who are “too poor to continue living with dignity” to kill themselves, or according to the medical term, be euthanized.
- Canada is expanding its medical assistance in dying (MAID) program, which has been an option for those with certain types of illnesses for years.
- The program includes health authorities providing a drug that will intentionally kill the person, at their request, according to The Post Millennial.
Author Charles Camosy criticizes Canada's euthanasia laws which allow for euthanizing people if they are "too poor to continue living with dignity":
"Canada's policies are seen for what they are." pic.twitter.com/QvzW1Rt67R
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) May 12, 2022
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