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One of the byproducts of the "Elbowgate" scandal beyond the media coverage was the delaying of essential votes on Bill C-14 -- the Liberal government's assisted dying legislation.
After hearing the Carter v. Canada case, the Supreme Court ruled that prohibiting Canadians from accessing assisted dying services was a denial of their charter rights. The Court gave the Canadian government until June 6 to legislate the practice.