Two Years Later: MAiD’s Impact on Health Care

26 Jun 2018 Two Years Later: MAiD’s Impact on Health Care

John Carpay

John Carpay

Feature: A judge in Medicine Hat Alberta is expected to rule this week on an application to put that province’s controversial new education legislation, Bill 24, on hold until a full hearing is conducted on whether it violates the constitutional rights of parents. On the feature this week, we speak with lawyer John Carpay, who argued the case last week.  Included in the discussion is an analysis of how the recent Trinity Western ruling from the Supreme Court of Canada might impact the arguments over Bill 24.



Janet Epp-Buckingham

TWU Ruling: Trinity Western University is reviewing its options in the wake of this month’s Supreme Court ruling. On this week’s program, we talk with the school’s Janet Epp-Buckingham about what those options are.

Pro-Life Billboards: Also on this week’s program, and update on We Need a Law’s planned summer billboard campaign.




Peter Stockland

Peter Stockland

Second anniversary of Bill C-14: This month marked the second anniversary of the passage of Bill C-14, the law and legalized so-called “Medical Assistance in Dying.” Journalist Peter Stockland has done an analysis of how the restrictions surrounding MAiD have continued to be relaxes in those two years. You can read his analysis here.



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