Date: Wednesday, 27-June-2012, 2:51 AM | Message # 1
-- dragon lord--
Up until recently, if a doctor in Canada assisted someone with committing suicide it could land them up to 14 years in jail. But a British Columbia judged has ruled that banning euthanasia is discriminating against terminally ill patients. The judge has given the Canadian Parliament one year to change the laws, but will this happen? Sheila Noyes, past president for Dying with Dignity Canada, joins us with her take on the judge's ruling.