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Congress is considering bills that will extend the use of telehealth beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. S. 1512 and H.R. 2903 must be amended to include clear language preventing assisted suicide by telehealth.

We support Bill C-268 – The Protection of Freedom of Conscience Act.

Canadian Medical professionals who conscientiously object to MAiD (euthanasia and assisted suicide) and other controversial practises are being coerced and pressured to participate in these acts, either by direct participation or by being forced to do an “effective” referral for the purpose of the act.

Canada legalized euthanasia (MAiD) in June 2016. At that time the legislation was sold to Canadians as a compromise by permitting euthanasia for physical or psychological suffering but requiring that a person’s “natural death be reasonably foreseeable” before they qualified to be killed by lethal injection.

The Netherlands Minister of Health, Hugo de Jonge, announced on October 12 that their government will amend or re-interpret the euthanasia law to permit child euthanasia.

The Netherlands Minister of Health, Hugo de Jonge, announced on October 12 that their government will amend or re-interpret the euthanasia law to permit child euthanasia.

The Netherlands Minister of Health, Hugo de Jonge, announced on October 12 that their government will amend or re-interpret the euthanasia law to permit child euthanasia.

The Netherlands Minister of Health, Hugo de Jonge, announced on October 12 that their government will amend or re-interpret the euthanasia law to permit child euthanasia.

The Netherlands Minister of Health, Hugo de Jonge, announced on October 12 that their government will amend or re-interpret the euthanasia law to permit child euthanasia.

The Netherlands Minister of Health, Hugo de Jonge, announced on October 12 that their government will amend or re-interpret the euthanasia law to permit child euthanasia.

For the past several years, a group of assisted suicide activist doctors have been involved with lethal drug cocktail experiments. An article by Lisa Krieger published by Medical Xpress (Sept 8, 2020) stated:

The Massachusetts state legislature’s Joint Committee on Public Health voted to appro

On March 27, Bill H.R. 748 - CARES Act was passed and signed into law. This Act included emergency measures concerning the Coronavirus crisis which included expanding the use of telehealth.

We oppose euthanasia (MAiD) for incompetent people, for mental illness and we also oppose eliminating the waiting period.

In February 2018 the board of the Delta BC Hospice Society was given an edict from Fraser Health to provide euthanasia (MAiD). At that time, the board refused to comply and continued its good work.

The Alberta Legislature had first reading on Conscience Rights (Health Care Providers) Protection Act, Bill 207 on November 7, a private members bill that is sponsored by MLA Dan Williams, a backbench government member from Peace River.

Kelly, a 23-year-old physically healthy woman who lives in Leuven, Belgium, is being considered for death by euthanasia (lethal injection) for psychiatric reasons.

On May 20, the hospital in Reims France, where Vincent Lambert is living, began to deeply sedate him and withdraw the tube that provides him food and water. Later in the day, a Court of Appeal in Paris ordered that he continue to receive food and fluids.

Vincent Lambert is currently being killed in France. We need to act now to save him. 

On May 20, the hospital in Reims, France, where Vincent Lambert is living, began to deeply sedate him and withdraw the tube that provides him food and water. Later in the day, a Court of Appeals in Paris ordered that he continue to receive food and fluids.

Ever since the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide in 2016, there has been a growing political pressure on medical professionals to participate in these unconscionable acts. Many worry that they will lose their jobs or suffer discrimination if they refuse to actively kill their patients – or if they refuse to refer a patient for killing.

Canada legalized euthanasia and assisted suicide in June 2016 under the term Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID). The law states that MAID can be done when it is approved by two doctors or nurse practitioners when the person fulfills all of the following conditions: