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abortion

The issue is going to court — but that's not necessarily a win.
Society leaves women like myself feeling outcast, isolated and punished for choosing to give our babies mercy.
The one freestanding clinic in the province providing the service is in danger of closing.
The new Conservative leader said he won as a pro-choice MP.
The new Tory leader also pledged to defend LGBTQ rights.
Many of the side effects of abortion cited by its opponents are actually more true of labour and childbirth.
Travelling for abortion care is even harder when the coronavirus has shut everything down.
He is also seeking views on talk of Alberta separation.
It's time to update laws that enforce stereotypes and policies that fail to protect women.
Critics fear the bill will restrict access to abortion and LGBTQ health care.
The private members' bill comes after Premier Jason Kenney said his party would not debate abortion.
A number of recently elected female MPs — some even calling themselves "feminists" — back pro-life policies.
“If I was going to be looking at how gender is being activated in this particular campaign, what’s striking to me is that it isn’t."
The clinic's director, along with Jagmeet Singh, want the federal government to intervene.
The bags contained toy fetuses and candy.
Elizabeth May told "Power & Politics" she would "dissuade" an MP from pursuing the issue.
Campaign Life Coalition's Jack Fonseca says the Tory leader is trying to send a message to "both sides."
“We are the only party that allows people to hold a deeply personal view on these types of issues.”
He's publicly said that backbench Tory MPs won't be able to touch the issue.
There are cultural differences between anti-abortion movements in Canada and in the U.S.