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A Summary of Canadian Abortion Poll Data   When Abortion Should be Illegal "The majority of Canadians (60%) believe that the life of the unborn should be protected at some point during pregnancy, according to several Abacus Data polls (2011).  When asked specifically when they’d...

Canada is the only democracy without restrictions on when a woman can request and receive an abortion.  When we look to European countries, which are often seen as more progressive than Canada, we observe that they understand very well that there is a need for protecting...

Thank you for joining the growing number of Canadians who want federal abortion legislation! Your participation in this grassroots movement is crucial as we build support for a law that restricts abortion.   You can expect to receive regular updates on the progress of weneedaLAW.ca...

Confederation to 1969 When Canada was constituted as a nation in 1867, abortion was strictly prohibited. After the halfway point of the 20th century there was increased public pressure to decriminalize abortion. The notable groups that led this push were the Globe and Mail,...

In order to proceed with an informed discussion about abortion law in Canada, it is a prerequisite that the correct facts are known. There are common myths surrounding this issue that have, unfortunately, prevented rational debate. We discuss 5 of these myths below and invite...

Here follows the motion that Mr. Stephen Woodworth introduced in the House of Commons: That a special committee of the House be appointed and directed to review the declaration in Subsection 223(1) of the Criminal Code of Canada which states that a child becomes a...

Immediately following the Supreme Court ruling there were several attempts to introduce a new abortion law. All of these failed, including a piece of legislation that would have criminalized abortion except in a case where the mother’s health was at risk; it passed through the...

As Canadians began living with the reality of legalized abortion, it became apparent that a united effort was needed to combat the prevailing culture of the day. Pro-life groups and organizations began popping up all across the country. These groups had a strong emphasis on...

When Canada was constituted as a nation in 1867, abortion was strictly prohibited. After the halfway point of the 20th century there was increased public pressure to decriminalize abortion. The notable groups that led this push were the Globe and Mail, the United Church and...

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