Nova Scotia faces challenges keeping up with medically assisted dying

Tens of thousands of Canadians have chosen to end their lives on their own terms since the country's medical assistance in dying (MAID) program was introduced in 2016. But as Ross Lord reports, increasing demand has left at least one province struggling to provide the end of life service.

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