Podcast
Kathy Kortes-Miller on why 'Talking About Death Won't Kill You'
David Peck | Kathy Kortes-Miller talks to David Peck about her book, access to true choice, death education and living life to the fullest.
Columnists
Pat Kerwin, Retiree Matters | There should be better access to palliative care for people in their final days, but some will want to end the inevitable progress of a disease or condition. We should respect that decision.
Columnists
Ralph Surette | The Supreme Court decreed that assisted suicide can be allowed under the Charter and gave the government a year to pass law conforming to this ruling. Here's some serious business that's in a muddle.
News
Margot Bentley in a family handout
Sarah Chapple | Margot Bentley was a medical nurse and gave a detailed advance directive to her family once she was diagnosed with Alzheimers. Despite this, her wishes are not being respected.
Blog
Sue Rodriguez, assisted suicide trailblazer.
Charlie Angus | You don't ignore a mandate from the Supreme Court. But that seems to be the initial response from the Conservative government on assisted suicide.
Blog
John Bonnar | The staff at Perram House, that included registered nurses, registered practical nurses, a personal support worker and support staff, provided end-of-life care at the eight-bed hospice.
Podcast
Meagan Perry, Matthew Adams | From land claims at the Supreme Court, to mental health and the basketball court, to courting trouble with the climate, to courting death in a new way, tune in for compelling stories from the rpn.
Podcast
Lynn Thompson | Pashta Marymoon is one of two death midwives in Canada, supporting families through the 'Pan-Death' process from diagnosis to grieving after the death of a loved one.