Anti-choice activists in Canada argue that abortion should be defunded and that women should pay out-of-pocket for abortion care. But that is a position that ignores evidence and human rights.
Teach kids to coexist with gay and trans kids? You can't do that. Teach them to march in anti-abortion protests? Sure, why not?
People's Health Radio
From birth control, to abortion, to access to information and education, what's happening with sexual health for women in Canada?
Totals of Members of Parliament from each party who are anti-choice, pro-choice, or unknown, with comparisons just before the election on May 2, 2011 and now.
Mother's Day reflection on the importance of telling each other our abortion stories under a majority Conservative government.
This week marks the final edition of the Weekly Pulse. As the Pulse winds down, we look ahead to some of the most pressing health-care issues facing the nation.
David J. Climenhaga
No, the leopard can't change his spots. And Stephen Harper hasn't really changed either. Either will bite you, given the opportunity.
How will the next generation of seniors pay for health care if Republicans privatize Medicare? The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) suggests some options in a darkly funny ad.
Abortion could easily be recriminalized under a Conservative majority government, despite Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s promises to the contrary.
When Jason Kenney was a student at the Catholic University of San Francisco, he campaigned to have them banned, threatening to take his fight all the way to the Vatican.