The incoming president of the Canadian Medical Association says the time may have come for the powerful doctors’ group to revisit its stance on euthanasia.
Dr. Louis Hugo Francescutti says more doctors appear ready to have the same frank conversation many Canadians are being forced to have, as baby boomers watch their parents’ end-of-life struggles, and consider their own future.
The organization officially opposes euthanasia and doctor-assisted suicide in a policy that has not been updated since 2007.
By FAF Research:I like to track prominent hedge fund holdings. In this article I analyze Glenn Greenberg's Brave Warrior Capital holdings. Greenberg invests in companies with little competition, and places a great deal of emphasis on Return On Invested Capital (ROIC). The fund has a portfolio value of $1.6 billion and its 10 top holdings equal 90% of the whole portfolio, an evidence of Brave Warrior's focus on position concentration.
"Warrior" is a movie about two estranged brothers on opposite sides of Pennsylvania who fight in an MMA competition. I have no recollection of it coming out in the fall of 2011, and the fact that it's available to stream on Netflix (exactly zero new popular movies are on streaming) tells you that it's a pretty under the radar movie.
In a vast hangar in a north German shipyard, environmental pressure group Greenpeace's latest weapon is nearing completion: the state-of-the-art Rainbow Warrior III."The Rainbow Warrior III is much more than a flagship," the group's spokesman Mike Townsley told AFP ahead of the vessel being floated on Monday prior to its official launch for Greenpeace's 40th birthday in October."It is very modern and very ecological ... It is the practical application of our values."
The latest incarnation of Greenpeace's flagship the Rainbow Warrior took to the water Tuesday after construction work was completed at a Polish shipyard, the global environment group said.Jacek Winiarski, spokesman of Greenpeace's Polish branch, told AFP that the hull of the Rainbow Warrior III was being towed by tug to Bremen, Germany, where it is to be fitted out and launched next year.
Australian Aborigines said Friday they will ask Britain's Prince William for help in finding and returning the head of an indigenous warrior when he visits Sydney next week.William, 27, will meet several indigenous leaders on Tuesday on his first trip to Australia since visiting as a baby with his parents Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana in 1983.Elder Michael Mundine of the Aboriginal Housing Company said he believed the prince "has his mother's heart" and would understand the request to recover the remains of the warrior Pemulwuy.