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    Delays threaten MAID expansion

    The BC Humanist Association is warning that further delays to the expansion of medical assistance in dying (MAID) risk putting Canadian's end-of-life choices in jeopardy.

    New BCHA publications on government prayer in eurel

    The BCHA has two new publications in eurel on municipal and legislative prayers in Canada.

    BCHA applauds BC Supreme Court decision upholding privacy rights

    The BC Humanist Association (BCHA) welcomes today's decision by Justice Wilson of the Supreme Court of British Columbia to dismiss a petition claiming the province's privacy act infringed the religious liberties of two Jehovah's Witnesses congregations.

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    Access to MAID should not cater to faith-based interests

    “B.C. Ministry of Health pledges to build a corridor of sin.” That should have been the headline attached to B.C. Health Minister Adrian Dix’s recent announcement that he will instruct Vancouver Coastal Health to make room next to the city’s St. Paul’s Hospital for a dedicated clinical and care space...

    Further delays for MAID for mental illness betrays patients

    The BC Humanist Association (BCHA) is deeply disappointed and concerned by the federal government’s decision to further extend the exclusion of eligibility for medical assistance in dying (MAID) for persons suffering solely from mental illness until 2027. This decision violates the rights and dignity of Canadians who are experiencing intolerable...

    Looking to 2024

    Where we saw our research turn into results in 2023, our goals are even more ambitious for 2024.

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