Is Canada’s “MAiD” part of a slippery slope?

Source: The Price of Liberty
by Nathan Barton

“First, in Canada, it was [Medical Assistance in Dying] for those with little time to live and no relief from pain when dying from terminal illnesses. Then it no longer mattered how long they had or how much pain. MAiD would assist in offing a person with a terminal illness. (To our research and knowledge no one has sought to do so because they decided, after all, that living itself is a ‘terminal illness’ — we are all going to die physically.) Now dear Justin and his parliament want to expand MAiD to include not just physical but mental illness. And like divorce, people are apparently fine with ‘no-fault’ assisted suicide. All done, of course, with compassion by government officials (remember? national health care!) and medical practitioners who violate their supposedly sacred Hippocratic Oath to ‘first do no harm.'” (05/22/23)