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Montreal archbishop files suit against Quebec’s euthanasia law

February 07, 2024

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CWN Editor's Note: The office of Archbishop Christian L├ępine of Montreal is challenging Quebec’s euthanasia law in court.

The law requires all palliative care homes to offer “medical assistance in dying” to patients. Archbishop Lepine argues that the law should be declared unconstitutional because it infringes on religious freedom and freedom of conscience.

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