Why is Canada’s parliament tip-toeing around sex-selective abortion?

By Margaret Somerville Editor’s note. This first appeared in the Calgary Herald newspaper. Recently, Stephen Woodworth tried to speak to students at the University of Waterloo, but the Conservative MP was shouted down by pro-choice supporters who oppose even discussing abortion, let alone having any law on it. His sin against the pro-choice commandments was …

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Pro-Life Perspective: It’s a Girl–Gendercide in India & China, Part 2

Editor’s note. This can also be heard at www.prolifeperspective.com Sex-selective abortion, also quite accurately described as “gendercide,” is one of those very touchy issues for pro-abortionists for all the obvious reasons. Refusing to criticize the use of ultrasound to target an unborn child for destruction if the child is a girl is difficult for even …

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New poll: Canadians overwhelmingly oppose sex-selective abortion

BY PETER BAKLINSKI SURREY, British Columbia, April 5, 2013 -– A new poll released this week shows political leaders to be out of sync with the majority of Canadians on the issue of sex-selective abortion. A survey conducted by Abingdon Research between January and March showed that 87 percent of Canadians think that gender-selection abortion …

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Member of Parliament Warawa’s M-408 now – who’s next?

By Patricia Maloney The democratic process is alive and well in Canada…except when it comes to any subject related to prenatal human life. We see this time and time again on our campuses, in our Parliament, in our media, and now we see it even affecting private member’s business (PMB). PMB is not government business. …

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Pro-abortionists and “Gendercide”—trying to squirm out of the corner

By Dave Andrusko Sex-selective abortion, also quite accurately described as “gendercide,” is one of those very touchy issues for pro-abortionists for all the obvious reasons. Refusing to criticize the use of ultrasound to target an unborn child for destruction if the child is a girl is difficult for even the most rigid pro-abortionists. As self-professed …

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Top Official: “China Must Unwaveringly Adhere to the One Child Policy”

Editor’s note. The following comes from Women’s Rights Without Frontiers Beijing–A top family planning official dashed hopes that the One Child Policy will be abolished, or even modified significantly, any time soon. “We must unwaveringly adhere to the One Child Policy as a national policy to stabilize the low birth rate as the primary task,” …

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The Abortion Lobby’s “Achilles Heel”

By Dave Andrusko Whenever I need to update myself on the ever-changing abortion debate in Canada, there are a handful of columnists I immediately turn to. One is the National Post’s Barbara Kay. On Friday she wrote an intriguing piece headlined, “Abortion trips on its Achilles heel.” By that Kay is referring to sex-selective abortion …

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Canadian MP ramps up campaign against sex-selective abortions

By Dave Andrusko Pro-lifers in Canada are ramping up a campaign to highlight the discriminatory practice of sex-selective abortions. On Wednesday Conservative MP Mark Warawa initiated a public awareness campaign to promote “Motion 408” which calls on Parliament to condemn discrimination against females occurring because of sex-selective abortions. At a news conference held in Ottawa, …

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The preposterous politics of female feticide

By Margaret Somerville Editor’s note. This first ran in NRL News Today on October 1. See also “Canadian MP ramps up campaign against sex-selective abortions.” Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth’s motion to set up an all-party parliamentary committee to discuss when an unborn child becomes a human being was voted down 203-91 last week. But the …

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Opposition to motion condemning sex-selective abortion ‘difficult to imagine’

By Thaddeus Baklinski Editor’s note. This first appeared at www.lifesitenews.com/news/opposition-to-motion-condemning-sex-selective-abortion-39difficult-to-imagi OTTAWA, November 8, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – Although 92 percent of Canadians oppose sex-selective abortion, a motion to condemn gendercide is being opposed by some pro-choice activists, according to MPs Mark Warawa and Joy Smith. “It’s difficult to imagine”, said Fr. Tom Lynch, National Director of …

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WRWF’s Reggie Littlejohn Challenges UNFPA, IPPF at European Parliament

BRUSSELS, Nov. 8, 2012–Women’s Rights Without Frontiers President Reggie Littlejohn co-presented the feature-length documentary, “It’s a Girl,” at the European Parliament, together with the film’s director, Evan Grae-Davis. Littlejohn is featured as an expert on China’s One Child Policy in this powerful new documentary exposing gendercide and forced abortion. The event, hosted by MEP Gay …

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WRWF’s Reggie Littlejohn to Co-Present “It’s a Girl” Film on Gendercide in British Parliament Today

LONDON, Oct. 30.  Women’s Rights Without Frontiers President Reggie Littlejohn is featured as an expert on China’s One Child Policy in the powerful new film on gendercide, “It’s a Girl.”  She will co-present the film at the British Parliament’s House of Lords on Tuesday, October 30, together with the film’s director, Evan Grae Davis and …

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