Dying with Dignity

Just one week remains until Dying With Dignity Canada’s free-to-attend webinar on what’s in store for the movement to defend Canadians’ end-of-life rights.

DWDC CEO Shanaaz Gokool will walk you through our successes in the past year: from the first time lawyers representing our organization made oral arguments in court, to the massive public consultation we undertook for our submission to an influential study on the future of assisted dying in Canada.

She’ll detail the major challenges that Canadians continue to face when trying to access assisted dying, and how DWDC plans to knock down barriers and fill in the gaps created by problematic legislation and the harmful policies of some public healthcare institutions.

You’ll also get important updates on ongoing court cases, like the Quebec constitutional challenge to the federal assisted dying law and Lamb v. Canada.

At the Heart of Change” will go live on Tuesday, March 27 at 3 p.m. EDT/12 p.m. PDT. Space is limited, so please RSVP today by clicking the following link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4200663672435660547

NOTE: Before the webinar takes place, you will be sent an email with information on how to log in. We encourage you to listen to the webinar using your computer audio. While a phone number is provided, please note that this is a local Toronto number and long-distance charges may apply. By listening through your computer, no charges will apply and you can participate fully in the conversation.

If you have a question that you would like to ask Shanaaz, please send it to us in advance at events@dyingwithdignity.ca. We can’t guarantee that we will get to every one, but we will try to answer as many as we can.

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