Medically Assisted Dying – A program by Rabbi Michael Dolgin of Toronto

Rabbi Michael Dolgin of Temple Sinai in Toronto recently led a session on Medically Assisted Dying for Toronto Board of Rabbis.

Rabbi Michael Dolgin, Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto
Rabbi Michael Dolgin, Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto

We are grateful for his permission to repost the audio and the printed texts he used.

The audio is about 30 minutes long and does cut out as he is ending his presentation. Recent decisions by Canadian courts have allowed for more liberal approaches to this issue.

Medically Assisted Dying

What kinds of choices are available to individuals in certain difficult, painful, end-of-life situations? This complex situation that raises many questions was recently addressed by Rabbi Michael Dolgin, who put together texts and an audio study session that relates to medically assisted dying.

Please click on the links below.

Texts Related to Ending the Life of the Terminally Ill

Audio Study Session Led by Rabbi Michael Dolgin


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