[FULL TRANSCRIPT BELOW] Since medically assisted suicide was first legalized in Canada in 2016, it has become the sixth leading cause of death in Canada as of 2022.
At first, it was restricted to people suffering from serious illnesses or disabilities and whose natural deaths were “reasonably foreseeable.” But in 2021, Canada lifted the requirement of a “reasonably foreseeable” death.
In 2022, medical assistance in dying (MAiD) constituted 4.1 percent of all deaths in Canada.
The obvious elephant in the room is the government’s conflicts of interest.

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