Canadians with disabilities choose medical assistance in dying because they cannot afford to live in Canada | The Beacon of Freedom

Canadians with disabilities choose medical assistance in dying because they cannot afford to live in Canada |  The Beacon of Freedom

ER editor: We are not looking for any political party or candidate in Canada, but Canadian Independent (CI) picked up a parliamentary question/answer from 5 days ago led by Conservative MP Michelle Ferreri, who is also Shadow Minister for Families, Children and Social Development. Sitting in the hot seat Kamal Khera, Trudeau’s Minister of Diversity, Inclusion and People with Disabilities. (Take a moment to think about the first half of her ministerial title…) MAiD, an acronym, is awful voluntary euthanasia programone of the many horrible things Trudeau has become infamous for.

It’s a short 4 minute listen. CI provided a transcript. Since we can’t republish their video, we found the tweet containing it.

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Readers may also be interested in this Jacobean piece from 2 days ago —

The Canadian state euthanizes its poor and disabled

Canada has one of the highest mortality rates in the world, allowing the terminally ill to die with dignity. However, this suicide program increasingly looks like a dystopian replacement of healthcare services. exchange social security for euthanasia. …

Disability and other advocates have been has been warning us for years that MAiD puts people at risk. There they warned the risk that people will choose death – because it is easier than fighting for survival in a system that impoverishes people, and that disproportionately affects people with disabilities – is real. Underinvestment in medical care will push people to the brink, meaning some will choose to die rather than ‘burden’ their loved ones or society as a whole. They were right.

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WATCH: Canadians with disabilities choose medical assistance in dying because they can’t afford to live in Canada. The Liberals’ solution is to offer people with disabilities $6 a day.

CANADIAN INDEPENDENT

Canadians with disabilities choose Medical Assistance in Dying (MAID) because they cannot afford to live or live in Canada. The Liberals’ solution is to offer people with disabilities an extra $6 a day.

The Liberal government said this in 2022 the new federal disability benefit “would really lift a significant number of people out of poverty.”

However, the Liberals’ recent 2024 budget shows that they plan to help Canadians with disabilities and in poverty by providing just $6 per day under the new federal disability benefitwith payments not expected to be rolled out until mid-2025.

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Featured image, family at the bedside: Simon Wohlfahrt / AFP via Getty Images IMAGE SOURCE

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Canadians with disabilities choose medical assistance in dying because they cannot afford to live in Canada |  The Beacon of Freedom

Canadians with disabilities choose medical assistance in dying because they cannot afford to live in Canada |  The Beacon of Freedom

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