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canada goose coats Share CloseShare this Story: Alberta bishops blast pending legalization of physician assisted death Copy Link Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn TumblrNews Local NewsCOVID 19PoliticsCrimeNationalCOVID 19 WorldInsightVideosWeatherArchives Reopening Canada More Reopening CanadaSports HockeyEdmonton OilersCult of HockeyNHLEdmonton Oil KingsJunior HockeyFootballEdmonton EskimosCFLNFLGolfGolf Videos BaseballBasketballNBANCAASoccerMLSInternational SoccerLocal SportsTennisCurlingOlympicsOpinion EditorialsColumnistsLettersMalcolm Mayes editorial cartoonsBusiness Local BusinessOpen during COVID Featured BusinessesReal EstateCommercial Real EstateMortgagesEnergyTechnologyGamingInternetPersonal TechScienceSpaceTech BizFP Markets Small BusinessAlberta’s Top EmployersArts Local ArtsMoviesMovie Listings TelevisionTV ListingsTheatreMusicBooksCelebrityFestivalsWhat’s OnLife Fashion BeautyHomesBuying and SellingCondosDecoratingGardeningRenovatingVacation HomesFoodLocal food reviewsRecipesTaste AlbertaHealthDiet FitnessFamily ChildMenSeniorsSexual HealthWomenParentingRelationshipsRoyalsTravelSki SnowboardPuzzles ComicsContestsObituaries Browse Notices Place an Obituary Place an In Memoriam Classifieds Place a Classifieds Ad Celebrating Real Estate Marketplace Local Directory FlyerCityCareers Auction DrivingHealthingThe GrowthOpePaper Our Offers Home Delivery My Account FAQKeith GereinFeb 11, 2016 2 minute readEdmonton Archbishop Richard Smith Ed Kaiser / PhotoArticle Sidebar Share CloseShare this Story: Alberta bishops blast pending legalization of physician assisted death Copy Link Email Facebook Twitter Reddit Pinterest LinkedIn TumblrArticle contentAlbertans hoping to die with the assistance of a doctor may be refused the service at somethe province’s hospitals and health facilities if the province’sCatholic bishops get their way.In a strongly worded statement released Thursday, the bishops demand some health facilities be free to prohibit a “morally wrong” practice they believe is disproportionately dangerous to frail seniors and people with disabilities or mental illnesses.Albertans have “a natural right to be served by doctors and institutions that practise only medicine and are not involved in state sponsored killing,” said the statement signed by six bishops, including Edmonton Archbishop Richard Smith and Bishop Frederick Henry of Calgary.”They must not be deprived of access to such just because there are other citizens who desire assistance in committing suicide.”The statement is likely to have a direct impact on Covenant Health, the Catholic organization that operates continuing care facilities and nine hospitals across Alberta, including Edmonton’s Misericordia and Grey Nuns.Article content continuedMore details on the missive are expected later Thursday when Smith hosts a news conference that will feature two doctors, mental health advocate Austin Mardon, and advocate for people with disabilities Mark Pickup.Physician assisted death has been a contentious topic in Canada over the past year since the Supreme Court declared unconstitutional a century old law banning assisted suicide. The court recently gave the federal government until June to pass new legislation.This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.Article content continuedHowever, the bishops’ statement indicates they see little grey area in the issue. The statement bans Catholics from advocating or participating in the “intentional killing of another human being” in any form canada goose coats.

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