Don't perform assisted suicide on freedom

In my latest National Post commentary, I remind the politicians and chattering classes that when we make a law in Canada, we don't stop discussing it, and we don't coerce people any more than we have to. Doctors who don't approve of assisted suicide should be free not to perform it, advocate it or give referrals, and Catholic priests and everyone else should be free to say it's wrong if they think so, and work to change the law.