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Man Smothered His Wife to Death With a Pillow Because He Was Tired of Caring for Her

The ink was hardly dry on Canada’s right-to-die legislation before lawsuits began to expand eligibility for euthanasia to those who are not terminally ill. And now a high-profile case in Quebec could lead to euthanising patients with dementia. On February 20 Michel Cadotte was arrested by Montreal police after a post appeared on his Facebook […]
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