Mr. Speaker, I am pleased to present thousands of petitions that have been signed by my constituents in regard to Bill C-384.
They state that assisted suicide and euthanasia pose a threat to society's most vulnerable and that the bill would allow any medical practitioner to assist in death. It also would require only the appearance of lucidity for consent of death and does not call for a concrete determination of actual lucidity.
Therefore, the petitioners call upon the House of Commons to vote against Bill C-384.
I am very pleased to table this petition along with my full support.