Canadian law ignores her pre-born child Editor’s note. This comes from our Canadian friends, weneedalaw.ca. Arianna Goberdhan, nine months pregnant, was murdered on Friday, April 7th, 2017. Durham police found her badly beaten body in her home in Ontario. Her baby did not survive. “Tragically, two horrific deaths will result in only a single charge …Continue reading "Nine-month pregnant woman murdered, her baby does not survive"
By Paul Tuns Editor’s note. This appeared in the Canadian pro-life publication, The Interim and is reposted with permission. A private member’s bill that would have made it a separate crime to assault a pregnant woman causing the death of her unborn child was overwhelmingly defeated on October 19 by a 209-76 vote. Put forth …Continue reading "Liberal majority in Canadian Parliament defeats proposed unborn victims of crime law"
Editor’s note. This post comes from Weneedalaw.ca. On Wednesday October 19, the Canadian Parliament voted down Bill C-225, also known as Cassie and Molly’s Law. This private member’s bill, sponsored by Yorkton-Melville MP Cathay Wagantall, addressed a gaping hole in Canadian law whereby a criminal who intentionally commits a violent crime against a pregnant woman …Continue reading "Fear of abortion discussion leads to cries for justice being ignored by Canadian Parliament"
Ottawa, October 19 – Members of Parliament Wednesday voted 209 – 76 against Bill C-225, also known as “Cassie and Molly’s Law.” This bill would have made it a crime to injure or kill a woman’s pre-born child during the commission of a crime against the mother. Currently, a pregnant woman victimized by violent crime …Continue reading "Bill to protect pregnant women who have chosen to carry their child to term voted down in Canada"
Ottawa, October 18 – Those who spoke against Bill C-225 (Protection of Pregnant Women and Their Preborn Children Act or “Cassie and Molly’s Law”) in yesterday evening’s debate are endangering Canadian women and the choices they make. They may not be doing so in principle, but certainly in effect. Bill C-225 addresses gender-based violence, specifically …Continue reading "Canadian opponents of “Cassie and Molly’s Law” jeopardize women and choice"