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Assisted Suicide Debate - Tonight in Kelowna

Daybreak host Chris Walker is moderating a debate on assisted suicide tonight (Thursday, April 19th) in Kelowna.

The question: Should Assisted Suicide Be Legal in Canada?
Wanda Morris, the executive director of Dying with Dignity a charitable organization established in 1982 to educate the public about end of life options and the importance of advance care planning.

Margaret Dore, the president of Choice is an Illusion, a nonprofit corporation opposed to assisted suicide and euthanasia with a focus on the US and Canada.

The debate is hosted by the Centre for Inquiry Okanagan

It's at 7 pm at the Mary Irwin Theatre at the Rotary Centre for the Arts in downtown Kelowna.  Here's a map.

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