Articles for June, 2018

Accessible Canada Act not all we hoped for

Accessible Canada Act not all we hoped for – June 29, 2018 Taylor Hyatt – Policy Analyst & Outreach Coordinator, Toujours Vivant-Not Dead Yet  On June 20, 2018, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities Kirsty Duncan, introduced Canada’s federal accessibility legislation after a two-year consultation process. Disability advocates hope that Bill C-81 – the Accessible […]

Webcast archive: 18/06/22

In this episode of Euthanasia & Disability, Amy Hasbrouck, Christian Debray, and Taylor Hyatt discuss: Religion and disability: a tense relationship Three announcements Please note that this text is only a script and that our webcast contains additional commentary. This week, we’re talking about the often-uneasy relationship between organized religion and people with disabilities. Traditional structures, […]

Webcast archive: 18/06/15

In this episode of Euthanasia & Disability, Amy Hasbrouck, Christian Debray, and Taylor Hyatt discuss: New CDC report on rising US suicide rates American Medical Association to continue studying its position on assisted suicide Please note that this text is only a script and that our webcast contains additional commentary. NEW CDC REPORT ON RISING US […]

Webcast archive: 18/06/08

In this episode of Euthanasia & Disability, Amy Hasbrouck, Christian Debray, and Taylor Hyatt discuss: Financial abuse, inheritance, and assisted suicide Updates from Portugal and California Please note that this text is only a script and that our webcast contains additional commentary. FINANCIAL ABUSE, INHERITANCE, AND ASSISTED SUICIDE For the past couple of weeks, we’ve been […]

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