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Edmonton Chapter Monthly Meeting

Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 06:30 PM · 2 rsvps
Heritage House in Edmonton, AB, Canada

We hope you can join us for the Monthly Gathering of the Edmonton Chapter of Dying With Dignity Canada. At this meeting, our topic will be The Value of our Stories and a Tea Cup. Board member Brad Peter will also be sharing some updates. 


6:30-7:00- visiting  

7:00-8.30- meeting 

Directions and Parking Info: 

Please enter at the southside door between cars, near the parking lot.  The meeting will be in the condo community room.

Do not use your GPS to get here (could end up at the Kinsmen).  

Location is on 105 Street, North of Whyte (82nd) Avenue.

Free parking on street or the paid parking lot just south of the building ($4.)

Snacks welcome. 


Chapter meetings will be held the third Thursday of each month. 


Information Table @ Central Library

Saturday, September 30, 2017 at 02:00 PM


Meet representatives from Victoria's chapter of Dying with Dignity Canada to learn and share your thoughts and experiences about death -- a taboo subject for many people in our society. Information on advance care planning, assisted dying and patient rights will also be available. Drop-in. The information table will be in the library lobby.

Medical Assistance in Dying: The Basics of Bill C-14

Thursday, November 02, 2017 at 07:00 PM

End-of-life choice expanded with the passing of Bill C-14 in Canada. Learn about your rights, who is eligible and how the process works on Vancouver Island. Presented by the Victoria Chapter of Dying With Dignity Canada. Free parking under the library after 6pm. Please RSVP on the library event page after September 1, 2017 or when the Fall/Winter 2017 program guide is published.