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Would a late-term abortion law be seen as compromising on the principle that life begins at fertilization? The definition of a compromise is “a mutual concession to reach an agreement”. Therefore, if you don’t make a concession, no compromise is involved. Since Canada has no laws...

Would a law prohibiting abortions after a certain number of weeks arbitrarily divide humans into “protected” and “unprotected” classes? The continuum of human life begins at fertilization and ends at natural death. Currently under Canadian law only ‘born’ humans have protection, so our law today already...

By Faye Sonier                                                                                                            I’ve been a pro-life activist for six years. One of my primary files as a lawyer for The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada is the “Life” file. Daily, I study issues like euthanasia, assisted suicide, reproductive technologies and abortion. I’m currently working on an...

In her great blogging style, Andrea Mrozek over at prowomanprolife.ca shares her experience listening to Stephanie Gray last night in Ottawa. One person at a time, one interaction at a time, we'll change the way this country thinks about abortion. Turns out the theme of Stephanie's talk...

Throughout 2013 you have helped in placing pre-born human rights on the public agenda. From the stories you told to the instances you engaged, we could not do this work without you. As 2013 comes to an end we want to share with you a...

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