For Winnipeg Centre Liberal member of Parliament Robert-Falcon Ouellette, the ramifications of the Trudeau government's doctor-assisted dying bill are too final.
"Once we make a decision on this, there will be no going back," Ouellette said on Friday.
On Thursday, new legislation on doctor-assisted death [assisted suicide and euthanasia] was formally presented in Parliament. . . .
The bill is expected to go before the House of Commons for a free vote, which means MPs can base their vote on their conscience, not their party.. . .
"I'm concerned that we haven't thought out the complete ramifications that a decision like this might have on indigenous communities that seem to be suffering greatly," he said. . . .
Ouellette said he has not reached a decision about how he will vote on [the bill] in the House of Commons.