High-profile right-to-die case in B.C. faces new probe

The high-profile Margot Bentley right-to-die case has now triggered an investigation by the Public Guardian and Trustee of B.C. The probe comes after Bentley’s disgruntled family stopped paying $4,000 a month to an Abbotsford nursing home for her care to protest the fact caregivers are prolonging her life by feeding her, contrary to her family’s instructions and her own statement of wishes in a 1991 document she signed while healthy.

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