Canada preparing for first World Cup appearance in 36 years, Should Canada expand eligibility for MAiD? & Do people still care about JFK's assassination 59 years later?
Canada is back on the world stage as it prepares for its World Cup appearance against Belgium. Scott is joined by someone who knows what it's like playing the game on the international stage. Does Canada stand a chance against the Belgians?
Guest: Greg Sutton, Master Coach, Men & Women's Soccer, Concordia University; Former Professional Soccer Player
Canada is looking to expand its requirements for who's eligible for MAiD. Is this needed, especially when you consider that Canada is number 1 in terms of MAiD? With the current rate of patients who are opting for and being granted MAiD, does that mean, would opening it up to the mentally ill prove to be a beneficial move? What about children?
Guest: Trudo Lemmens, Professor, Scholl Chair in Health Law and Policy, University of Toronto
Today marks the 59th anniversary of the assassination of JFK. Is there still an interest in this historical moment and why hasn't all of the documentation surrounding this event been released?
Guest: Randy Owen, JFK Assassination Historian