Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 7 May 2024

Pro-life hospice group launches ‘Do Not Euthanize’ registry to protect Canadians patients

Angelina Ireland, executive director of the Delta Hospice Society, told LifeSiteNews that as of May 1, Canadians can visit their website and sign up for their Do Not Euthanize registry to protect themselves from premature death.

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(LifeSiteNews) –– One of  Canada’s only fully pro-life hospices, the Delta Hospice Society (DHS), has launched a new Do Not Euthanize (DNE) National Registry that it says will help “defend” vulnerable citizens’ lives from “premature death by euthanasia.” 

Angelina Ireland, executive director of the DHS, told LifeSiteNews that the new DNE National Registry is live as of May 1, 2024, with the goal being to have everyone who has already signed, or will sign, a DNE, added to the registry. 

“Over the last couple of years, we have given out thousands of our Do Not Euthanize Advance Directives across Canada. We are making the wishes of our people known and putting them into legally binding, provincially specific advance directives,” Ireland said to LifeSiteNews. 

“Our DNEs put into writing that our people have no interest in being executed by the state via ‘MAiD,’ we want healthcare – we will not be euthanized!” 

Ireland told LifeSiteNews that starting May 1, 2024, the option to join the National Registry and obtain a wallet-sized card will be available to order on the DHS’s website,

“People just need to advise us that they have a signed DNE, and we will send them a customized, wallet-size card with their name and their National Registry number. If they don’t have a DNE yet, they can order both at once,” said Ireland. 

“During a medical emergency, if people are not able to communicate their wishes, their DNE card will speak for their lives.” 

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