Do the lives of people with mental health handicaps have intrinsic worth? In their depressed state are they capable of making a well-conceived decision about their euthanasia? Or might their inconvenienced caregivers quietly pressure them to make that decision? Is there a clear red line on this issue?
Canadian religious leaders are expressing concerns about the expansion of euthanasia, or MAID, in the country, which will expand to include those with mental illness in March.