Martin, Aubert
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Aubert Martin is the Executive Director of Vivre dans la Dignity (Living with Dignity), a Quebec-based organisation.


Our right to quality palliative care

The Quebec government fails to deliver on a promise, but does find euthanasia no problem. The Act Respecting End-of-Life Care was sold to us as "first and foremost, a law of access to quality palliative care throughout the territory, at the patient's choice." When it was adopted - not so long ago - its promoters insisted that it only legalized "medical aid in dying" (euthanasia) as an "exceptional measure for exceptional cases."

Date posted: 2018-07-09

Two years of euthanasia in Quebec: the facts

The Canadian province is accelerating past Belgium

Date posted: 2017-12-21

Quebec moves slowly toward euthanasia for dementia

A high-profile murder case has sparked a debate about whether people who cannot consent can be killed ethically.

Date posted: 2017-10-01

Euthanasia: the slippery slope sold as desired progress

When 'safeguards' become 'barriers to access'.

Date posted: 2017-07-15