"Major Russ Cooper (Ret'd) rolls "In Hot" with weapons fully armed and loaded against the forces that would do away with the concept loving, traditional palliative care for those Canadians who desire it. How can it be that, with the advent of "Medical Assistance in Dying", such choices can no longer be countenanced in a country that used to guarantee individual rights to religion, conscience and association? We explore such developments with an able wing-woman in the form of Angelina Ireland, President of the Board of Directors for the Delta Hospice Society. In the end we are left to wonder, is the Charter of Rights and Freedoms about preserving the right to life or the right to death?
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