On this page, you can find documentation to learn more about the issues of living and dying with dignity, and assisted suicide. You can read about the Catholic Church's position on these serious issues and the concerns raised about the proposed Bill C-14, An Act to amend the Criminal Code and to make related amendments to other Acts (medical assistance in dying).
UPDATE: On June 27th 2016, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishop issued a statement about the recent approval of Bill C-14, legalizing euthanasia and assisted suicide. You can read it on their website, or download the PDF here.
1- It's Time to Talk: Here is a short read to get the gist of the issue, and learn how you can help with it.
2- Working against suicide: A short read with points as to why the Church opposes the new proposed legislation to make assisted suicide more accessible.
3- 5 Campaigns against physician-assisted suicide: Here is a PDF about 5 campaigns officially promoted by the Canadian Catholic Bishops assembly. Attached are links to access their websites, as well as several sources of information on the issue at hand.
The Church encourage parishioners to visit http://www.canadiansforconscience.ca/ and educate themselves further on the subject. Social justice is very important, and demands efforts. We must not remain indifferent in the face of such serious, life-altering issues.