Hello. As the manager of a senior's care home in the province of Alberta, I am deeply saddened to see the newest draft of 'Standards of Practice' from CPSA. Our physicians in Alberta a committed to providing high quality care. They are committed to doing no harm. There is no room left for conscientious objections, in the proposed standards. This is very dangerous. A physician may have differing cultural views than others; but forcing them to provide an "effective referral" for what they believe to be harm to a person, or murder of the person, is very wrong. Please remove this wording from the standards. Thanks! Paul V.