Going to court over “Canada has no abortion laws” message

By Weneedalaw Canada has no abortion laws. That statement is why we, alongside a local group called ARPA Oxford, are taking the City of London to court. This story began in 2018 when we put up 33 billboards across the country that simply said, “Canada has no abortion laws.” We wanted to educate Canadians about …

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Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau talks about unity but puts political pressure on provinces to be pro-abortion

By We Need a Law Editor’s note. A “throne speech” is an oration that forms part of a ceremony marking the opening of parliament. According to the Washington Post, Trudeau “will lay out his priorities for his second mandate, subject to the approval of the House of Commons, where his rivals now outnumber his friends.” …

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“Money Talks” about the absence of a consensus in Canada about abortion

By We Need a Law It’s refreshing to hear simple facts from an unexpected source. Michael Campbell hosts a show called “Money Talks” on Global News Radio. This show covers “everything to do with money: how to make it, how to spend it, how to grow it, and how to avoid letting it get away.” …

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Pro-abortion “Motion 506” soundly defeated as members of the Alberta legislature engage with the abortion debate

By We Need a Law Editor’s note. NDP is an acronym for New Democratic Party; likewise MLA is an acronym for Member of the Legislative Assembly We are thankful to have good news to share: Motion 506 has been voted down in Alberta! NDP MLA Marie Renaud had put forward pro-abortion Motion 506, urging the …

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Canadians look to newly elected Parliament to take action on behalf of the victims of abortion

By We Need a Law A massive display on the Supreme Court lawn this weekend demonstrates to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and all the rest of our newly elected Members of Parliament that the abortion debate remains open in Canada. The Supreme Court location was chosen because it was there in 1988 that the Supreme …

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October 18 is Person’s Day in Canada. What about unborn babies?

By WE NEED A LAW October 18 marks Canada’s annual Person’s Day – a day recognizing the historic case less than 100 years ago when Canadian women were officially recognized as “persons” under the law. Canada’s early laws used “persons” when referring to more than one person and “he” when referring to one person. It …

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Physicians Urge Protection of Vulnerable Persons Standard: Call on Attorney General of Canada to Appeal Quebec Medical Assistance in Dying Decision

TORONTO, ONTARIO – More than 250 doctors from across Canada have signed an urgent open letter to the Attorney General, David Lametti, asking him to appeal a Quebec Superior Court decision that would expand access to medical assistance in dying to those who are not nearing natural death. The decision on the appeal must be …

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Abortion funding overseas unlikely to change under Canadian Conservative leader Andrew Scheer

By We Need a Law When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau committed billions of dollars to funding “reproductive health and rights” worldwide, we spoke out against this blatant use of Canadian tax dollars to push abortion on other countries. Not only would these countries rather have things like clean drinking water and liveable wages, but suggesting …

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In Canada, babies are born alive and die after abortions–150 in 2018 alone

By Jonathon Van Maren One of Canada’s best pro-life bloggers is Pat Maloney, who writes at Run With Life and has consistently made use of Freedom of Access to Information Requests to uncover shocking and sobering information about Canada’s ugly abortion regime. Her work on the issue of babies born alive in Canada after abortions …

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Election campaigning in Canada officially begins, and abortion rightly a key issue

By We Need a Law.ca While the federal election campaign began, for all intents and purposes, months ago, yesterday Parliament was dissolved and the campaigning officially begins. As the leaders and candidates hit the campaign trail, We Need a Law encourages all Canadians to ask the candidates what they will do to protect pre-born human …

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Pro-life Canadians want clear answers this election

By We Need a Law Editor’s note. In a parliamentary system of government, a “private member’s bill” is a bill introduced by a legislator who is not acting on behalf of the executive branch. Because of pro-life Canadians, we have seen a growing debate about abortion. You’ve used your voice to talk about pre-born human …

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