Last week, the British Columbia Supreme Court emulated the state of Oregon’s assisted suicide law via a decision in Carter v. AG Canada, which “carves exceptions into the laws allowing Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia in Canada.”
Making matters even worse, the court did this against the expressed will of Canadians as demonstrated over the last 20 years.
For example, in 1993 the B.C. Supreme Court upheld the prohibition against assisted suicide in Rodriguez v. AG BC and in 2010, the Federal Parliament of Canada “overwhelming defeated” pro-euthanasia legislation (Bill C-384).
Thus, the ruling in Carter not only signifies...