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Your MP needs to hear from you!   Next week Thursday, June 7th MP's will debate Motion 312 for the second time. Please take a couple of minutes (three simple steps) to send your MP the new SimpleMail letter we've just posted! During the first...

Mike Schouten: Harper is paying the price for shutting down the abortion debate The latest survey from Harris-Decima indicates that Stephen Harper’s Conservatives are losing support, and from all observations it appears to be going to the NDP. Canadians continue to ride the Orange...

In 2001, the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR) was founded to expose the hidden injustice of abortion and create a public discussion concerning the rights and personhood of the pre-born. Through presentations and graphic image-based projects they are forcing the topic of abortion into...

In 1970 a group of women travelled across Canada demanding the freedom to choose and the repealing of all abortion laws. Eighteen years later they accomplished their mission. The time has come to make visible what is being chosen and on May 29th a group of survivors will launch the New Abortion Caravan. The young men and women who make up this group are survivors who want to "save those in the present from what killed those in the past". WeNeedaLAW.ca supports the New Abortion Caravan and we encourage you to watch the video and read the press release sent out by CCBR this morning.

Using the government's response via Chief Whip, Gordon O'Connor to Motion 312 (a proposal to study the definition of a human being), Douglas Farrow, Professor of Christian Thought at McGill University, questions why we don't learn from our mistakes and, seemingly, take every effort to...

  The face of the pro-life movement is changing and it's only a matter of time before the current state of affairs is altered forever. As the Toronto Star aptly pointed out in this surprising article, "No longer just grey-haired activists holding signs outside abortion clinics, the pro-life movement has undergone a savvy, youthful makeover." Canada's youth, those who made it out of their mother's womb, will not accept the status quo regarding abortion and are determined to see change when it comes to legal protection for pre-born humans. Young Canadians like Alissa Golob (pictured on left) of Campaign Life Coalition , and Jonathon Van Maren from the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform are at the forefront of this re-energized effort to end the killing in Canada.

We have some encouraging news regarding the petitions! Over 120 petitions representing thousands and thousands of Canadians have already been presented into the House of Commons! Please read further to see if your MP was one of them. Your efforts are being noticed by parliamentarians! The message that Canada needs a law is being delivered on an consistent basis into the House of Commons. As you know, we are hosting two petitions, one that calls on Parliament to enact legislation to “restrict abortion to the greatest degree” and the other in support of MP Stephen Woodworth’s Motion 312.

Maurice Vellacott, Member of Parliament for Saskatoon-Wanuskewin issued the following statement concerning the ongoing bullying of children in the womb. If you have a minute sometime today, please send him an email of encouragement for speaking out for the most vulnerable. His email address is: Vellacott.[email protected] Stop the bullying of Canada’s most vulnerable–the baby in the womb For Immediate Release May 17, 2012   OTTAWA - We have seen a great deal of political support across Canada for anti-bullying initiatives in recent months. Governments and community groups across the country are discussing the serious harm experienced by the victims of bullying, including self-harm and suicide in some cases.

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