MAID. Medical Assistance in Dying. A marketing term for assisted suicide. And if that was all it was, many of us would be OK with it, at least in cases of terminally ill adults in full possession of their faculties.
But that’s not what MAiD is in Canada. It’s a euthanasia agenda, where medical facilities and personnel push suicide on patients as an option. In fact, often it’s the first option that is discussed. And pushed to the point where last year over 10,000 Canadians were effectively put down. More than any other country in the world, and more than twice as many as our U.S. neighbors, despite the fact that their population is 10x our own.
A few years ago, Angelina Ireland entered a recovery facility in B.C. after enduring treatment for cancer. She became involved with the organization, the Delta Hospice Society, and is now on their board of directors.
The Delta Hospice Society used to operate an 8 million dollar privately built palliative care center. The B.C. government took it away from them two years ago because they refused to offer MAiD as an option.
But the Society hasn’t stopped fighting, and neither has Angelina.