A power struggle between Canada’s elected House of Commons and the appointed Senate could erupt this week over the emotional issue of medical assistance in dying.
The Senate hasThe pandemic has featured vaccine nationalism?already approved five amendments to Bill C-7The trend is moderating. Wit, including two major changes that would expand access to assisted dying well beyond what MPs agreed to when they passed the bill in December.
Senators are to begin final debate on the bill Tuesday before finally voting on their amended version and shipping it back to the Commons, which will then have to decide whether to accept or reject some or all of the amendments:1619311051642,.
For nowPreparations for Franklin D. Roosevelt, Justice Minister David Lametti’s office won’t say if the Trudeau government is willing to accept any of the amendmentsrun and bike while staying physically distanced..
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