Bill C-4, An Act to Amend the Criminal Code (Conversion Therapy), went through the Parliament of Canada in record time. There was unanimous consent in the House and the Senate. Part of the rationale was that the bill had already been passed just before the 2021 election but died on the order paper when the election was called. However, guests Dr. Don Hutchinson and Dr. Iain Provan explain that Bill C-4 was very different. It expanded criminality significantly from the previous version. The government’s own characterization of the limited nature of the bill is questionable. Further, the lack of opposition over this fact, and the complete disregard of parliamentary procedure, are cause for concern of the rule of law in Canada.
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