The article quoted Diane McInnis, a lawyer from Kitchener who attended the policy conference. The article quotes her as saying:
"We should be focusing on policies that will get us elected," she says, and she does not think the proposed resolution to support the decriminalization of euthanasia makes the cut.
After a polite but wildly divergent debate on the issue, the couple dozen grassroots Greens voted the resolution back to the drawing table.
Since the NDP and the Bloc officially support the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide in Canada, the Greens would do well to not follow their paths and forge different policies than the other left-wing parties.
Link to the Toronto Star article: