Ethicists Condemns Hospital for Deciding Against Euthanizing Patients


(LifeSiteNews) – Two Christian hospitals in Winnipeg have decided not to euthanize their patients nor help them kill themselves, and the CBC immediately found a university ethicist to condemn them. According to one critic, the controversial state-funded broadcaster is guilty of “selective outrage” in its continued attack on hospitals and physicians that conscientiously object to Canada’s new euthanasia regime.

Concordia Hospital, which is Mennonite, and St. Boniface, which is Catholic, have both indicated they have the agreement of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority to not provide “Medical Assistance in Dying” (MAID) as euthanasia and assisted suicide are euphemistically termed. CONTINUE


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