“Medically assisted dying laws are changing, and it’s about time” Andre Picard September 11, 2019, The Globe and Mail

Jori
2 min readApr 12, 2021

This article is about the laws of medically assisted dying in Canada. The author uses evidence from two cases that were seen by Justice Christine Baudouin of the Quebec Superior Court, the Justices views on the law, his own views. By writing this article, Picard is trying to show that the “reasonably foreseeable” clause is unconstitutional and should be reformed. What does “reasonably foreseeable” mean? Well, there is the literal rule which means, “the statute…

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