Monday, September 24, 2018

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Symposium 2018

License to Care not Licence to Kill
Saturday October 27 - Winnipeg Manitoba (9 am - 4 pm) Central Time.
(watch the live simulcast from anywhere in the world) 

2018 National Euthanasia Symposium Saturday October 27

The 2018 Euthanasia Symposium features excellent speakers while providing you with the opportunity to attend the event live or to watch it remotely from anywhere in the world.

The cost to attend the event is: $50 (includes lunch) at the Best Western Winnipeg Airport Hotel or $30 (watch online live anywhere in the world) (we will send you the link).

Dr Paul Saba
Register for the Euthanasia Symposium 2018.

Keynote Speakers: Alexandra Snyder, lawyer who is fighting the California assisted suicide law and Dr Paul Saba: Québec physician - His topic is "Why I won't Kill."

Speakers include: Kevin Dunn - Co-Producer of Fatal Flaws, Amy Hasbrouck - EPC President (Toujours VivantNot Dead Yet), Taylor Hyatt, researcher Not Dead Yet, James Mahony - freelance journalist and former lawyer, Jen Romnes - painter and author of the books Entangled 1 & 2, and Alex Schadenberg.

Groups and individuals from anywhere in the world can organize a group Simulcast viewing. Last year more people watched the Symposium online than in person with several groups watching the Symposium online. All you need is: high speed internet, a good computer/projector and good speakers.

We are expecting more people to take advantage of this opportunity this year. 

More information is available at: or call the office: 1-877=439-3348.

Register for the Euthanasia Symposium 2018.


Dr. Jeff Koloze said...

Great idea to spread the word on ways to stop medical killing. I posted this announcement to my Facebook,, Google+, LinkedIn, and Twitter connections and encourage others to do the same. Keep up your good work!

Anonymous said...

I think I need this to attend. pet euthanasia is the only we can do in my pet Lucas because he got sick and his vet said he needs to euthanized right away.