“What is needed is the constitutional wisdom that led to including the notwithstanding clause in the Charter -- sufficient respect for parliamentary democracy not to let the judiciary always have the last word on rights and freedoms.” – Peter Russell, National Post, February 13, 2007.
The not-withstanding clause was inserted into the Charter of Rights and Freedoms as a safeguard, against judges running amok. I believe it is now imperative that it be used to protect not only the vulnerable in this country, but everybody. This “legalized” killing decision by the Supreme Court of Canada is surely a brazen attack on human life and unworthy of being called “justice at work.” If nine judges can impose a decision that gives license to killing, then surely we have reached the depths of depravity. This is not the rule of law; this is the rule of the licentious. 
I believe the jackboots of the judiciary are stomping on the rule of law in this country, and are now perverting the law. Furthermore, I believe the way this country can be brought back to sanity is this: The Not withstanding Clause in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms must be used to protect everybody from this abominable decision by unelected judges and their cringing political handmaidens. I also believe that these judges who have advocated the criminal act that some people can be killed, should be removed from the bench and criminally charged, as should all the politicians, who are aiding and abetting them in sanctioning homicide. 
One would think that civilized people in a supposedly civilized country would be filled with revulsion and outrage that the laws of their land would be perverted to allow “legalized” murder. Have their consciences been killed and their brains befuddled?
To make this “kindly killing” acceptable, the criminal acts of killing human beings is being covered up with language like “medical assistance in dying,” or “physician-hastened death,” and other “nice” phrases and words used to disguise the truth, which is this: people are going to be killed by giving consent to those in the “medical profession” who are supposed to “Do no harm.” And the criminal code will be subverted to “create exemptions” for their killers.
“This enactment amends the Criminal Code to, among other things,
(a)create from the offences of culpable homicide, of aiding suicide exemptions and of administering a noxious thing, in order to permit medical practitioners and nurse practitioners to provide medical assistance in dying and to permit pharmacists and other persons to assist in the process;”
Killing people is now called “the process” and Bill C-14, the Bill to Kill, I believe is a sick commentary on the depths of depravity and madness a once civilized country has sunk. Who in their “right mind” could even put this obscenity into “legal” writing is beyond my comprehension.  Are the people of this country being “legally” hypnotized or sedated? 
“They are sedating the masses with nice sounding words
Murder is camouflaged and deliberately blurred
“Assistance in dying” is the phrase used for killing
The people being terminated must be willing” 
I believe the laws of Canada have been subverted by those who are supposed to uphold the law. Nine unelected judges of the Supreme Court of Canada have declared persons can be killed. They gave the elected government a time frame to bring in this perversion of justice. There are cases on record of people being charged with murder for killing the disabled and sentenced to prison in Canada.  This has been reported in the media. Yet those in the media today are mostly all on board this judicial ship of death by making these proposed state sanctioned killings sound “compassionate” and “lawful.” To see some of them on television spouting propaganda and hogwash and interviewing supporters of killing, while having nobody else with an opposing viewpoint, is, I believe, to see evil at work. Therefore, I ask is, “the Canadian news media” biased?
“The bias of the Canadian news media not only trivializes the murder of one child with a disability, it also accelerates the forces that ensure future violence and more deaths.... The Latimer case and its portrayal in the media raise doubts that assisted suicide can ever be allowed without condemning some people with disabilities to an unrequested death.”
Prof. Dick Sobsey, University of Alberta Abuse and Disability Project
“As two individuals living with severe disabilities due to spinal muscular atrophy, the government's Bill C-14 Medical Assistance in Dying has left us apprehensive and concerned both for ourselves and for our fellow Canadians living with disabilities.”
Pieter Harsevoort and James Schutten. May 24, 2016, Hamilton Spectator
In closing, I believe it is imperative that this proposed killing be stopped, its planners and promoters arrested, and the Notwithstanding Clause used.
Stephen J. Gray
June 7, 2016.
Articles of interest below:
“The Deadly Problems Surrounding Bill C-14”
Family Physician in Vancouver BC
“It is not surprising that many Canadians are concerned about the dangers of the new assisted suicide and euthanasia bill, C-14. What is really not credible is how the word-benders who used the Charter "right to life" to legalize the intentional suicide or killing of some patients are now protesting that they have been cheated of total victory. While they were in court, they said that all they wanted was for competent consenting adults who were suffering terribly at the end of life to be able to have a doctor kill them, with no criminal consequences for anyone. Now they are hopping mad that non-adults and those who are mentally incompetent, those unable to consent, those whose suffering is purely psychological, and those with years to live just might be excluded. They don't have to worry. The same semantic ju-jitsu which delivered the Carter decision to them will have no problem convincing the courts to invite whoever else to the death party.” Dr. Will Johnston, 04/22/2016, Huffington Post.
[Read full article at link below]