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Conscience rights for physicians are being challenged in Ontario and Saskatchewan. Conscience rights provide choice in healthcare for people who oppose patient killing.

If you live in Ontario you need to send a message to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO). 

  • State that Physicians need to uphold their promise to “Do No Harm.”

  • State that if euthanasia or assisted suicide is legalized that physicians must maintain their right of conscience to refuse to participate in any way.

  • Emphasize that you would not feel safe if your physician participates in euthanasia or assisted suicide.

  • Talking points, a link to some excellent articles.

The (CPSO), is asking for feedback, before February 20, on its draft policy on end-of-life care. Titled: “Planning for and Providing Quality of End-of-Life Care.”

You need to respond. The (CPSO) has made it easy to provide feedback before February 20. You can make comments in the following ways:

If you live in Saskatchewan the College of Physician and Surgeons of Saskatchewan are seeking your feedback on the Policy – Conscientious Refusal before March 6, 2015

If euthanasia or assisted suicide is decriminalized you will need a physician who refuses to cause the death of patients. 

  • State that Physicians need to uphold their promise to “Do No Harm.”

  • State that if euthanasia or assisted suicide is legalized that physicians must maintain their right of conscience to refuse to participate in any way.

  • Emphasize that you would not feel safe if your physician participates in euthanasia or assisted suicide.

  • Talking points, a link to some excellent articles.

Send your comments to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan before March 6Further information.

  • Send an email to [email protected].

  • Send a letter to: (College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan

  • 500 – 321A-21st Street E. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 0C1).

Silence benefits the euthanasia lobby. Keep your comments straight forward.

Reprinted with permission from Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. 

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