By Licia Corbella, Calgary Herald, May 16, 2009: Bloc Quebecois MP Francine Lalonde is at it again. Her very own neverendum has returned like a bad case of acid reflux. No, I’m not referring to her aspiration for Quebec to separate from the rest of Canada. Lalonde’s second favourite neverendum is far more serious to the well-being of us all. On Wednesday, Lalonde resurrected for the third time her private member’s bill for doctors to kill you without penalty, should you request she or he do so, even though both the Supreme Court of Canada and a Canadian Senate committee has rejected legalizing euthanasia. Lalonde’s private member’s bill is benignly called Bill C-384. [Keep reading this excellent article here.]
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