Canada's Supreme Court unanimously struck down a ban on physician-assisted suicide Friday.
Canada's Supreme Court struck down a ban on physician-assisted suicide Friday.
Adults who are mentally sound and have a "grievous and irremediable illness" can now choose to end their lives. They don't necessarily have to be terminally ill. (Video via CTV)
The Supreme Court's decision won't take effect for a year. That way, Canada's parliament has enough time to make laws to regulate physician-assisted suicide. (Video via CPAC)
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