The Canadian Medical Association, in an Oct. 2015 article, "Principles-Based Recommendations for a Canadian Approach to Assisted Dying," available, stated:

“Physicians are not obligated to fulfill requests for assisted dying. There should be no discrimination against a physician who chooses not to participate in assisted dying. In order to reconcile physicians’ conscientious objection with a patient’s request for access to assisted dying, physicians are expected to provide the patient with complete information on all options available to them, including assisted dying, and advise the patient on how they can access any separate central information, counseling, and referral service.”

Oct. 2015