January 9 2019 5:56pm

Religious hospitals do not have to offer assisted dying

In June 2016, the federal government legalized medically-assisted dying. Thousands have chosen to use it to end their lives. But in some hospitals, access is still limited, or even non-existent. As Ross Lord explains, that double-standard has put pressure on government health agencies to allow the practice or face court action.

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