The following page was updated in January 2018:


Right to Die Society of Canada Newsletter - Issue 4:3 - 9:4 (Jul. 2012 - Dec. 2017)



The following page was updated in September 2017:


Law Reform Proposals in Canada -
1) Submission to Council of Canadian Academies, concerning Advance Directives
2) Submission to Council of Canadian Academies, concerning Mature Minors



The following page was updated in June 2017:


Law Reform Proposals in Canada - Article in Journal of Ethics in Mental Health



The following addition was made to the homepage, under How You Can Benefit, in November 2016:


If no nearby doctor is a provider of MAID (Medical Assistance In Dying) and an out-of-town doctor comes to your location to serve you, without being compensated by their regional government for their time and travel, the Right to Die Society will compensate that doctor, at the rates which the government would have used if it had been willing to pay. (We will do this retroactively, and we will reimburse laypeople who bore some of the costs themselves before learning of our policy, since publicity did not start until August 30 and was fragmentary at first.)