Reader’s Digest Canada — no less — has published a guide to end-of-life planning that pushes euthanasia and doesn’t even mention hospice.
Euthanasia — killing patients — is directly antithetical to the hospice philosophy.
The Canadian government is set to expand the killable categories of people by deleting any reference to being terminally ill.
The suspect was arrested over the weekend as she attempted to enter the U.S. at the New York-Canada border.
Their single-payer system is characterized by long waits, equipment shortages, and expensive drugs.
Ten years later after its original August release, it still captures the complex emotional character of the end of summer — and of childhood.
The tariffs will harm American companies that use aluminum.
We are told that euthanasia is “compassion.” But how compassionate is it when last year in Canada, sick people were euthanized because of loneliness?
With the highest unemployment rate in the G7, Canada is running massive deficits with no signs of slowing down, causing Canada's debt to be downgraded and yields to rise.