By We Need a Law The Progressive Conservatives’ majority win is good news for the health needs of the citizens of New Brunswick. During the election, abortion activists drew a lot of attention to Clinic 554, which is seeking government funding for privately done abortions. This push was led by the owner of Clinic 554, a …Continue reading "New Brunswick decided private abortion clinic’s bottom line is not a priority for Canadian province"
By We Need a Law For anyone in the pro-life movement, the headline “Montreal man who killed unborn child must spend 15 years in prison before parole eligibility” is going to catch our eye. Do pre-born lives matter after all? The Montreal man, Sofiane Ghazi, stabbed his 36-week pregnant girl friend 19 times – the …Continue reading "Canadian Man Sentenced for Death of Pre-born Child"
By We Need a Law On August 23, Erin O’Toole was elected as the new leader of the Conservative party. While O’Toole has made it clear that he does not intend to introduce abortion legislation, his victory gives a lot of room for the pro-life movement to work thanks to his commitment not to squash …Continue reading "Erin O’Toole, the new leader of Conservative Party in Canada, has opportunity to allow pro-life debate"
The hidden story of abuse By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared here. Health Canada released the first annual report on Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD)–euthanasia and assisted suicide. The data was gathered from the reports submitted by the medical or nurse practitioners who …Continue reading "Health Canada report: 26% increase in 2019 euthanasia deaths"
By We Need a Law Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared here. The Mission Statement for We Need a Law begins, “We mobilize Canadians and persuade our political leaders to pass laws that protect children before birth.” Do Canadians support a law limiting abortion? Yes. In all but one of the …Continue reading "Canada’s revealing opinion polls on abortion"
$4.9 million alone will go to Marie Stopes International, which provides millions of abortions in third-world countries. By Martin Bürger Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post at LifeSiteNews. OTTAWA, Canada, June 10, 2020 – The Canadian government led by Justin Trudeau announced new funding of $8.9 million to international abortion organizations as part …Continue reading "Canadian Premier Trudeau commits $8.9M to international abortion orgs that largely target babies of color"
The movie night featured the live streaming of ‘Crescendo’ and ‘Sing a Little Louder Editor’s note. This ran Tuesday at LifeSiteNews. By Anthony Murdock OTTAWA – More than a thousand Canadians tuned in to view two “impactful” pro-life films and hear from one of the movie’s producers during day two of Campaign Life Coalition’s 22nd annual …Continue reading "Day 2 of Canada’s virtual March for Life featured two powerful pro-life films"
Despite restrictions being placed on elective surgeries, abortions continue in all ten Canadian provinces and three territories. TORONTO, Ontario, March 30, 2020 – Abortions in Canada have continued unimpeded during the coronavirus outbreak, despite provincial health authorities across the nation restricting non-essential surgeries due to the virus’ strain on the health care system. In a …Continue reading "Abortion continues unimpeded in Canada despite coronavirus lockdown"
By Nancy Flanders While elective and non-essential surgeries are being cancelled and postponed across Canada in order for medical care to be focused on patients with COVID-19, abortion businesses will continue as usual. “The people leading us here in the province absolutely see it as an essential service because it’s time sensitive and it’s medically …Continue reading "Canada cancels elective surgeries, but abortion businesses keep doors open"
By We Need a Law Protecting Access to Reproductive Health Care Act – Bill 242, a private member’s bill in Nova Scotia, seeks to establish “bubble zones” around abortion clinics. This would prohibit pro-life speech on public streets. The activities targeted by this bill are not about protecting the safety of anyone or about ensuring …Continue reading "Nova Scotia bubble zone law will not help women"
By We Need a Law CTV News reports that Quebec Health Minister Danielle McCann is publicly calling for increased access to late term abortion. Reports indicate that access to late-term abortion is limited and disorganized, and McCann wants her province to do better. Given what we know about Canadians’ opinions, this may actually be a …Continue reading "Quebec health minister wants to expand late-term abortions"
By We Need a Law We Need a Law, a national campaign advocating for legal restrictions on abortion, released a position paper this month evaluating the impact of the Canada Health Act on the funding of abortion clinics. “The Canada Health Act has no legal bearing on health care spending, and is commonly misrepresented by activists, and now …Continue reading "Canadian Provinces are not required to fund private abortion clinics"