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More photos of the March can be seen here For Immediate Release Ottawa, Ontario May 10, 2012 - On Thursday, WeneedaLAW.ca, the new and exciting campaign for federal abortion legislation participated in the National March for Life on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The presence of WeneedaLAW.ca at the 2012 March for Life certainly did not go unnoticed. The recently launched campaign made itself visible by passing out their professionally designed promo cards to the marchers. “We’re serious about our mission of building a groundswell of support for federal abortion legislation”, said campaign director, Mike Schouten.

WeneedaLAW.ca is proud to stand with tens of thousands of Canadians at the March for Life in Ottawa tomorrow! "The time has come for parliament to provide protection for children in the womb", said Mike Schouten, Campaign Director for weneedaLAW.ca. The multitudes that gather...

Helpful tips to ensure a productive visit with your MP! You want to do something, but the thought of presenting the pro-life position to your Member of Parliament seems too daunting. That, and you don’t feel qualified or prepared. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed when...

weneedaLAW.ca endorsed by prominent political pundits!   The campaign is only a few days old and we've already attracted reactions from Canadians on both sides of the debate.

In today’s National Post, Jonathan Kay writes about China’s failed one-child policy and the slippery slope of abortion. The stories he relays are heart wrenching. Not only are women coerced into having abortions, but many are forced to have them as well. Mr. Kay writes, “Once abortion becomes widely available, commonly practiced, and state-sanctioned, citizens and government officials become jaded to the human reality of birth and procreation. Instead, the fetus is seen as an inanimate prop of social policy, to be terminated according to whim and expedience.”

1988 Supreme Court Decision   Morgentaler, Smoling and Scott v. The Queen [Indexed as R. v. Morgentaler]   What the judges said about Parliament being within its rights to protect the foetus, and why the law was struck down   Full text of the decision...

To Mr. Thomas Mulcair, M.P. Leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition, Dear Mr. Mulcair, As opposition leader in this great democracy, you should welcome open debate in Parliament. On the topic of abortion, the position you hold is in conflict with the majority of Canadians,...

To the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, P.C., M.P. Prime Minister of Canada, Dear Mr. Harper, You have made it clear that you don’t want this country to talk about abortion. But the Canadian public, the international community, and even the Supreme Court of Canada all...

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