Ontario Today | Oct 1, 2013 | 51:34

Dying with dignity

Doctors are reluctant to talk about it. Government rejects it. But 20 years after Sue Rodriguez asked, 'Who owns my life?" the debate lives on. Why do you care so deeply about euthanasia?

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