Bill C-7 is “An Act to amend the Criminal Code (medical assistance in dying).” Bill C-7, if passed into law, can cause extensive and undeniable harm to sick and/or vulnerable people. The Bill will expand the eligibility criteria for euthanasia and assisted suicide by removing the “reasonable foreseeability of natural death” criterion currently in the Criminal Code. As written, Bill C-7 will also loosen some of the existing “safeguards” and allow patients whose death is “reasonably foreseeable” to waive final consent to receiving euthanasia by making an advance directive, which they will not be able to change if they cannot communicate, but have changed their mind.

https://hamiltondiocese.com/offices/family-ministry/bill-c7-euthanasia

Link to Bill C-7   https://www.parl.ca/LegisInfo/BillDetails.aspx?Language=en&Mode=1&billId=10648716