What type of law are you talking about?
In our parliamentary system, a federal bill would be introduced by either a Member of Parliament or a Senator. After debate and discussion in the House of Commons, it would be voted on by all members and need to gain a majority vote before being passed into law. A law introduced at this level, such as prohibiting sex-selective abortion or banning abortion after the first trimester, (or banning all abortions!) would apply to all provinces.
Each province also has jurisdiction over provincial health care funding and regulations, so provincial regulations can have a valuable impact on things like public funding for abortion, parental notification requirements, and mandatory waiting periods before being granted an abortion.
There is currently no law, federally or provincially, protecting pre-born human rights, and there is no abortion-related bill currently before Parliament. We would support any law, federally or provincially, that restricts abortion, as it would be a step in the right direction.
Three laws that we believe could (and should) be passed in the next 3-8 years focus on finding the common ground many Canadians share. These are issues where being pro-abortion is not viewed as being pro-woman. The first is a late-term abortion law that would protect pre-born children in the later stages of pregnancy while also protecting women from more harmful abortions with greater risks and complications; the second is a law prohibiting sex-selective abortions, where girls are devalued and aborted simply for being girls; the third is a law that would protect pre-born victims of crime, allowing them to count as victims when they die as a result of deliberate violent crime.
Note: The three laws suggested above do not include a total ban on abortion. This is NOT because we do not believe all pre-born children should be protected. We do! But we also understand that saving some is better than saving none. For more on this, please read our position paper, Why Direction Matters.