This article is a policy analysis that covers the request for an amendment for the doctor assisted suicide law introduced as BillC-14 on June 16, 2016, exploring the considerations to further expand the bill to better meet individual’s rights regarding end of life decisions. However, the purpose of legislation which has been achieved in this bill presented both ethical infractions and creates restrictive requirements that explicitly exclude a specific population that suffers from degenerative diseases. Attempts to improve the restrictions and requirements for Bill C-14 are outlined and discussed.
Stewart, Kullen G.. 2017. "A Legislation Review: Bill C-14 “Euthanasia or Assisted Dying”." Bridges: An Undergraduate Journal of Contemporary Connections 2, (1). https://scholars.wlu.ca/bridges_contemporary_connections/vol2/iss1/5
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