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2016-05-02 21:44 House intervention / intervention en chambre

Caregivers and health care professionals, Government bills, Health care system, Medical assistance in dying, Regulatory vacuum, Second reading,

Aide médicale à mourir, Deuxième lecture, Soignants et professionnels de la santé, Système de soins de santé, Vide juridique

Mr. Speaker, the member for St. Catharines is right, that the process is not over. There are more people to hear from, more studies to be done, more details to be hashed out.

Would the member like to remind our colleagues what the results of not passing Bill C-14 would be? The Carter decision does not provide us a deadline after which the status quo remains. There are real world results for this being defeated. Would the member like to address the real world effects of this bill not passing?

Monsieur le Président, le député de St. Catharines a raison: le processus se poursuit. Nous avons plus de témoins à entendre, d'études à mener, de détails à régler.

Le député pourrait-il rappeler à la Chambre ce qui se produira si nous n'adoptons pas le projet de loi C-14? L'arrêt Carter ne prévoit pas le maintien du statu quo après la date limite. Il y aura des conséquences concrètes si nous n'adoptons pas ce projet de loi. Le député pourrait-il nous les décrire?

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Posted at 15:26 on May 02, 2016

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