It appears that the British Columbia NDP government, along with a charitable organization and a posse full of cancel mobsters, have been working overtime to suck the life out of a small hospice because those in charge of it refuse to suck the life out of their patients.
Incorporated nearly 30-years ago, the Delta Hospice Society officers services for individuals, and the family and friends of those living with life-threatening illnesses. It also runs the Irene Thomas Hospice, based upon the principles of hospice and palliative care, for the person in care and their loved ones. Specialized palliative care is provided to those who are in the last part of their life’s journey.
Sounds good doesn’t it? Well, not good enough for everyone.
In 2016, Canada passed Bill C-14 making our country one of the few places in the world where euthanasia (MAID) is formally legal.
Dying with Dignity is a large charitable organization that advocates for assisted dying rules, and who is also allegedly part of the muscle behind the attempts to force those at the Delta Hospice Society into performing MAID.
I reached out to Dying with Dignity Canada, but haven't heard back.
But I did manage to sit down for an interview with Angelina Ireland, president of the Delta Hospice Society.
She details a well-coordinated plot by outsiders, supported by the provincial Supreme Court, to take over the Delta Hospice Society and overturn its mandate to provide palliative care alone, not euthanasia.
WATCH my interview with Angelina, and see what you make of this situation.
I'm curious as to what your thoughts are about the pressure the Delta Hospice Society is receiving to provide MAID.
Should they lose all of their funding from taxpayers because they feel it is against their purpose of palliative care and the sanctity of life?