Canada Cares Enough To Allow The Homeless to Commit Suicide Without Being Fined

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Other countries take note: Canada would seem to be extraordinarily compassionate by allowing ‘assisted euthanasia’ for any strongly-felt reason. When applying that compassion to a national homelessness crisis, it is possible to the accentuate the positive about an inexpensive housing solution, were it to be encouraged on an industrial scale.

Chris Selley, writing in a Toronto newspaper, does some struggling to understand the nature of Canada’s bizarre, freewheeling compassion to help the most vulnerable to permanently fold their tents. Read more in the National Post:  How to not euthanize the homeless