Canadians' views on assisted dying are complex

Policy Options

Public support for medical assistance in dying (MAiD) hardly constitutes the consensus it’s made out to be, new public opinion research and justice committee testimony show. As Cardus Executive Vice President Ray Pennings and pollster Dr. Angus Reid argue in Policy Options, federal politicians need to deal with the genuine fears and concerns Canadians have about the planned massive expansion of MAiD.

Topics: Health, MAiD