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The Right to Human Life

Why is this proposed ‘physician-assisted-dying' legislation under question! First: Our few selected officials into Supreme Court requested immediate change to historic lawful and moral law because it's simply unconstitutional.

Why is this proposed ‘physician-assisted-dying' legislation under question! First: Our few selected officials into Supreme Court requested immediate change to historic lawful and moral law because it's simply unconstitutional.

Second: How can dozen un-elected peers get away with this? Third: Respecting ‘Life from Conception to Natural Death' has been the law here for past 149 years. Yet, our Parliament is now pressured to change this to suite this supreme courtship. But wait! One might say, what is so wrong about physician-assisted suicide? Just consider this. We don't choose to come to this planet. That was not the cards we chose, they were cards we were dealt. So we became person we are, the body we have, whether we are tall or short, whether we're in good health or requiring some support.

We're born into family we're born into. We're born in this period of time, with this point of history and all things that are happening in our world. Oh, much of what goes on around us is not even within our control. Yes, we are not asked to be born – so why are we assisted to commit suicide. Fourth: Where will this legal killing stop? Why don't we consider velocity of new breakthroughs curbing cancers, diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and others. Five: What an ironic deceit: "For billions, we can prop up failing industries and we can bail out failing companies."

Still, media also states that some parliamentary commission has recommended that mature minors, be included in proposed assisted-suicide law. This is so disgracefully painful and acidulous that so few demented or insane supreme courtship members in our wonderful country are so free as to try to implement laws to destroy our innocent citizens who just are not able to defend themselves. Shame!

Victor J. Fedyna

Edmonton, AB.