Conference entitled ’Vieillir et mourir en toute dignité’: March 18 in Fort-Coulonge
Article published on 19 February 2020
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Action santé Outaouais (ASO), in collaboration with the Table de développement social du Pontiac (TDSP) is organizing a conference entitled “Vieillir et mourir en toute dignité”, which will take place on March 18th between 10AM and 3PM at the Spruceholme Inn in Fort Coulonge.

This conference aims to better explain the current legislation on medical assistance in dying and end-of-life care. From Action santé Outaouais, Daniel St-Jean explains the objectives of this conference.

Those interested in this conference can confirm their attendance:
1. by email by writing to actionsanteoutaouais gmail.com
2. or by calling (819) 771-8391, ext. 259

Dinner will be offered free of charge to those who register before March 12th.

Conference location: Spruceholme Inn
Address: 204, rue Principale, Fort-Coulonge, QC JOX 1V0
Date: March 18, 10AM to 3PM (arrival 9:30AM)

The full interview in French with Daniel St-Jean is available here.

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