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Doctors challenge province’s medically assisted dying policy in court

The case before the Ontario Superior Court cuts to the core of conscientious objection and throws a spotlight on “effective referral” in connection with assisted dying.

Published Jun 13, 2017 at 3:48pm

Doctors challenge province’s medically assisted dying policy in court

About 300 Ontario doctors, their families and supporters gathered at Queen’s Park for a rally and a march to protest cuts and a “crisis in healthcare.” They marched around Toronto’s downtown core, many in scrubs and lap coats, past Toronto’s major hospitals.

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