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Articles by Irwin Block
Three in four Quebec residents who received the procedure were ages 60 to 90, the report indicated.
Issues expected to be examined include whether psychiatric conditions should be grounds for assisted death and whether the procedure should be extended to “mature minors.”
“My role is not to spin the numbers, it’s to look at things critically, to look at the context.”
Chronic lack of staff has plagued Quebec’s long-term care facilities, or CHSLDs, for years, reaching crisis levels when the coronavirus pandemic struck.