The Euthanasia Deception DocumentaryThe Euthanasia Deception documentary is now available for purchase.

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September 02, 2016

Dear Friends:

 Thank-you for your continued support. Production of the Euthanasia Deception documentary and the Compassionate Community Care support service enables us to protect and make a difference in people’s lives.
The Euthanasia Deception documentary is gaining significant attention. We have already sold more than 200 DVDs. You can purchase the documentary using the link above or call/e-mail us: 1-877-439-3348/info@epcc.ca. The website CaringNotKilling.com enables you to purchase or rent the film by download and obtain helpful resource materials, including the discussion guide. We need you to share the documentary by organizing a screening in your community. The Euthanasia Deception is the first part in our long-term social media resistance campaign.

The death lobby also released a video on August 18 (produced by HBO) titled Right to Die. This 30 minute video promotes Derek Humphrey, the Brittany Maynard story, and euthanasia for psychological reasons. Right to Die is a “snuff film.” It shows the lethal injection of a Dutch woman with psychological issues and provides information on suicide methods. The Euthanasia Deception documentary effectively counters this message.

The EPC 2016 Euthanasia Symposium is Saturday October 29 at the Best Western PLUS Waterfront Hotel in Windsor Ontario, with easy access from the Detroit airport. The Euthanasia Symposium provides an excellent opportunity to become part of the movement to protect people from euthanasia and assisted suicide. You can download the order form hereMore information is in the newsletter.

There are currently campaigns to legalize euthanasia in New Zealand, Australia, and there is a voter initiative in Colorado to legalize assisted suicide on the November election ballot. We encourage our supporters to help by donating to the Coloradans Against Assisted Suicide, NoAssistedSuicideCO.org.

The Compassionate Community Care helpline (1-855-675-8749) continues to receive calls from people seeking help. Recently a family member called about an elderly woman with dementia who was approved for “aid in dying.” According to the family member, she was tested for competency before being approved.

We are very concerned about the plan to de-list some high-dose painkillers from the Ontario Drug Benefit (ODB) Program to discourage addiction. This blanket policy will negatively affect chronically and terminally ill people who need effective pain control. Canadians need to urge their provincial representatives to improve pain and symptom management programs.

Our office has moved to 383 Horton St. E in London Ontario but our mailing address remains: Box 25033 London ON N6C 6A8. We need at least $4000 for the cost of new computers and office equipment. We also need donations to enable us to promote our Compassionate Community Care services and to build our resistance campaign.

Many of you have asked about the Air Miles card project. Last year alone we saved $7000 with the use of Air Miles. Our work is more important than ever before, please help us by donating today or becoming a regular monthly donor.

Thank-you for your continued support.

 

 

 

Alex Schadenberg
Executive Director / International Chair

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