When New Zealand goes to the polls next month, the country will become the first in the world to let its people decide whether or not euthanasia should be decriminalised.
Omid suffers from a rare nervous system disorder that will slowly and painfully kill him. He's crowdfunding a legal challenge for the right to die how he wants.
I got a text from my sister: On Friday, our Oma was going to die.
A new Bill means the right to assisted dying will soon be debated by parliament.
Since the death of euthanasia campaigner Lecretia Seales, public opinion seems to have reached a tipping point but the political will is slow to catch up.
In the western province of Alberta, provincial officials are trying to find more doctors willing to offer assisted dying.
Plus, a hairdresser, fashion designer and gang member are charged with running a cocaine ring in Auckland.
The big vote on assisted dying legislation was slated for Thursday in Canada's House of Commons, but an altercation involving Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a female legislator the previous day means it could be delayed.
"It was not a question of whether we were going to move forward with medical-assisted dying, it was a question of how," Canada's justice minister said on Thursday.
Vikram Gandhi reports from the Netherlands, California and Oregon to investigate the moral, political and personal questions about how we end our lives.
"I don't know how it rates in terms of laughs per minute."
Jeffrey Spector traveled to Switzerland with his family to commit suicide, as UK politicians prepare to debate changing laws on assisted dying that campaigners say are cruel and outdated.