What does post-Carter Canada look like?

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in Carter vs. Canada that euthanasia and assisted suicide needed to be decriminalized in some circumstances. The Liberal government responded to this decision by introducing Bill C-14, which put some guidelines around the administration of these procedures. Now that Bill C-14 has passed, what can Canadians expect in a post-Carter world? For a glimpse into our future we can look to other jurisdictions that have also opted for such decriminalization..
There is a significant risk that palliative care will continue to be insufficiently funded, and that existing funding will be decreased. Too many Canadians are

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