If vacations, weddings, babies and football games are important enough to require planning, why don’t we plan for sickness, frailty and dying?

Published in Estate Planning

The grim truth is that legalized euthanasia is not going away. This is not giving up but stating a hard truth. 

Published in Register Columnists

SURREY, B.C. – Assisted suicide was legalized just over a year ago, but the debate is far from over.

Published in Canada

This past fall, my mother received a call from the care home in Yorkton, Sask., where her eldest sister was a resident. My mother was informed that her sister had taken a turn in health and there likely wasn’t much time left. 

Published in YSN: Speaking Out

Rather than fighting to change the system which imposes euthanasia, health care professional bioethicist Bob Parke wants to create a private hospice that bans assisted killing and where dying will only come the natural way.

Published in Canada: Toronto-GTA
March 31, 2016

Show us the money

If there is an issue that unites most politicians, health workers, social agencies and religious leaders, it is the urgent need for a bold strategy and major investment in palliative and hospice care.

Published in Editorial