“Foreign students are lied to and exploited on every front. They’re also propping up higher education as we know it.”
Even though medically assisted death has been legal in Canada for a year, it remains controversial. Although some palliative care doctors — who believe in providing physical and psychological comforts to patients, but not in hastening death — are vehemently opposed to what they view as an immoral act, other doctors are slowly coming to terms with the patient’s new right to die in cases where death is “reasonably foreseeable.”
A profile of Gordon Korman, the wunderkind of 1980s Canadian kid-lit.
What happens when PR campaigns decide who gets an organ?