The dates for the euthanasia bill that is before the House of Commons have been shuffled around. Bill C-384, which seeks to decriminalize euthanasia and assisted suicide, will now have its second hour of debate on December 1 at 5.30 pm and Second Reading vote in the House of Commons on December 2.
As for Motion M-388, which calls on the government to clarify that the Criminal Code s. 241 prohibition against counseling someone to commit suicide includes doing so over the internet, it received its second hour of debate on November 5 and will be voted upon on November 18.
The EFC has produced a number of resources to help you learn more and take action. Visit our Euthanasia webpage, view and download our short, informational video or learn more about Bill C-384. We have also produced a sample letter that can be sent to your Member of Parliament.