17 April, 2010

The latest push for the legalization of Euthanasia in Canada - please take heed! Contact your MP immediately!!

Pastor, STE ANNEMATTAWA ON  P0H 1V0
Pembroke, ON

Due to the urgency of this issue, we have not had enough time to translate this message into French.
Please excuse this email if you have received more than one copy.
Dear Pastors,
[Note: You can listen-in live Online to Fr. Tom Lynch being interviewed by Pastor Mark Koehler of Radio 91.3 FM, Hanover on Sunday, April 18, 2010 at 3 p.m. Pastor Mark and Fr. Tom are sure to cover the issue of Euthanasia and Bill C-384. Click Here!]
According to the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, it is extremely likely that Bill C-384 will proceed to second reading on Tuesday, April 20 with a critical vote on Wednesday, April 21st.
We urge everyone to call or E-mail their Member of Parliament (or all Members of Parliament) right away urging them to vote against this Bill. Should this Bill pass legislation it will legalize euthanasia in Canada.
Alex Schadenberg, EPC's executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition has said, “We must soundly defeat Bill C-384 to discourage other MP's from also attempting to legalize euthanasia in Canada. I'm concerned that if euthanasia or assisted suicide were legalized in Canada that it would become the ultimate form of elder abuse and people with disabilities would often experience subtle pressures to ‘choose’ to die. Please vote against Bill C-384.”

To E-mail your Member of Parliament, or all Members of Parliament, Please Click Here!
 
The Euthanasia Prevention Coalition has sample letters for reference
here.

Contact the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition with any questions at:
info@epcc.ca
Please spread the word by E-mailing this note to all your family and friends.
Michael Vande WielPriests for Life Canada, Operations Manager

3 comments:

  1. Thank you for this posting Father Tim. Today all of us Canadians need to be pro-active and contact our MP's...we have been provided with all the data to do so. Life is sacred from it's very beginning to it's natural end.

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  2. Why do y'all insist on not understanding that there is a helluva difference between assisted suicide and euthanasia? They are NOT the same thing!

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  3. I think a journalist on CBC TV said the vote failed to pass on Wednesday.

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