OTTAWA—Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould was telling a Senate committee this week that her government's assisted-dying legislation was a "transformational shift" in this country. But she had to excuse herself. She was needed down the hall in the House of Commons to explain why debate had to be cut off on this transformational shift. There is a lot of role-playing in our Parliament. Memories are short and roles can quickly be reversed. Majority governments are always accused of "ramming"