On December 10, 2015, Quebec’s assisted death law came into effect. The rest of Canada isn’t far behind, with federal legislation expected on June 6, 2016. Where are we at, and what can we expect in the future?
In its landmark decision Carter v. Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada unanimously struck down the ban on physician-assisted suicide, giving the federal government one year to draft legislation. Our experts will explore the far-reaching implications of this case and the proposed legislation on those involved in the health care sector. Benefit from unique insight and lessons learned from Quebec as it has worked to overcome challenges implementing the new assisted death legislation. Whether you are a health law practitioner, management or counsel working in health care institutions, long-term care or retirement homes, or a licensed medical professional, you will benefit from this thoughtful and practical discussion about the changing landscape of end of life care. Topics include:
This webinar is part of the Best Practices and Practical Realities: The Osgoode Elder Law Webinar Series.
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