Cited Book: The Right to Die: The courageous Canadians who gave us the right to a dignified death
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|This is about the pioneers who challeged the religious-based anti-euthanasia laws:
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- Sue Rodriguez, whose experience led to a split decision by the Supreme Court of Canada to retain laws against assisted suicide
- Robert Latimer, convicted of second-degree murder for ending the life of his daughter who lived with debilitating cerebral palsy
- John Hofsess and Evelyn Martens, who spent years giving practical assistance to those seeking help in dying
- Donald Low, a renowned doctor who battled Toronto’s SARS outbreak, yet was denied control over his end-of-life when diagnosed with a brain tumour
- Kay Carter and Gloria Taylor, the Vancouver women whose end-of-life struggles were at the heart of the 2015 Supreme Court case.
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