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The government's argument is in response to a court challenge launched by the B.C. Civil Liberties Association and Julia Lamb.
Critics of Bill C-14 oppose its requirements that a doctor's help can only be given if death is reasonably foreseeable and the patient is in an advanced state of irreversible decline.
"Will Liberals finally respect the Charter and announce they're willing to fix this bill?"
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Despite this, the government is still optimistic about passing a law.
Members of Parliament will vote on the federal government's physician-assisted dying legislation when Parliament resumes in the last week of May. And while many MPs are struggling with how to vote, pe...
The government faces a time crunch to find a legislative response to the Supreme Court ruling.