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Maxime Bernier on abortion: “This issue is not settled”

Maxime Bernier on abortion: “This issue is not settled”

Maxime Bernier, leader of the upstart People’s Party of Canada, has issued some strong statements in support of advancing abortion regulations in Canada. In a series of tweets, Maxime Bernier responded to a report in La Presse newspaper that the Ministry of Health in Quebec was looking into ensuring late-term abortion services were provided within the province instead of sending women to United States “specialty clinics.”

Please send a note of thanks to Mr. Bernier for his clear stance and suggest that he take an even stronger position by promising to initiate an abortion bill himself if he is elected this fall! You can call his office at 613-992-8053 or email him at [email protected].

Bernier is the latest high-profile politician in the past few weeks to outline their perspectives on the legality of abortion.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has never missed an opportunity to reiterate his pro-abortion stance, initiated much of the current national conversation with a fundraising letter in response to the participation of a dozen Conservative MPs in the National March for Life in Ottawa.

Speaking of those Conservative MPs, we thank them as well for publicly taking a stand in support of pre-born human rights! Their courage is not without opposition – both from within and outside of their political party.

And let’s not forget the three MPPs who spoke at the March for Life in Toronto! They incurred the wrath of abortion fanatics, with two having their offices targeted by protestors. We encourage you to send Christina Mitas, Willem Bouma, and Sam Oosterhoff a note of encouragement to stand strong for the pro-life cause.

The abortion debate continues, further than ever from being a closed issue!

Note: We Need a Law is non-partisan, meaning we do not support or oppose any political party or candidate. We exist to mobilize Canadians and politicians for the purpose of passing laws protecting pre-born children. Whenever the legal status of pre-born children and abortion regulations reaches the headlines in the mainstream media, we take notice and encourage those politicians who positively advance the conversation.

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