Learn about the Advisory Councils that inform and direct our work.
Dying With Dignity Canada (DWDC) is grateful for the support of numerous stakeholder groups who help guide and shape our work. Depending on a variety of circumstances — the political landscape, the needs of Canadians, barriers to end-of-life choice — we establish advisory councils to direct our objectives and priorities.
The CAC is comprised of over 30 clinicians who reflect the voices of health care providers across the various regions of our country.
The Disability Advisory Council (DAC) provides advice to Dying With Dignity Canada (DWDC) on all aspects of our mission from the perspective of individuals with a disability
Individuals who have supported a loved one through medical assistance in dying.
Canadian luminaries who endorse Dying With Dignity Canada’s work and mission.
The MD-SUMC Advisory Group provides the CEO with thoughts and opinions on MAID for those with mental disorders, and the Expert Panel Report recommendations.
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