women, people with disabilities, children and elders are singled out for discrimination, and their physical attributes contribute to their vulnerability as well.
To say that people at risk for euthanasia have a choice to die, while those at risk for COVID do not, may be an example of a distinction without a difference.
Testimony to Senate Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee
Instead of rushing to pass over-reaching legislation to meet a court-imposed deadline, parliament should focus on making a rigorous and balanced examination of the euthanasia program as a whole.
The five year review of MAiD: will parliament do its job?
Anything less would be a betrayal of the democratic process and the public trust.