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Doctor with a stethoscope. Image credit: Online Marketing/Unsplash
Kathryn McIntee | No one should be shamed for requesting an abortion, especially by their doctor. One woman shares her story.
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Voting and reproductive justice rally. Photo: Bob Simmons/Flickr
Shari-Lynn Dueck | A cis woman's experience accompanying her transgender friend to the doctor makes it clear that reproductive rights will not be fully realized until the autonomy of transgender persons is respected.
Columnists
Participants in panel discussion on conscientious objection. Photo: International Women's Health Coalition/Flickr
Joyce Arthur | For the first time ever, an expert group has arrived at a majority consensus that the practice of so-called "conscientious objection" by health-care professionals should not be allowed.
Podcast
Meghan Murphy | Brie Ripley and Jocelyn Macdonald explore the challenges women face accessing tubal ligation.
News
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Alyse Kotyk | Abortion Access Now P.E.I. has advised the P.E.I. government it will file a legal challenge against the province's discriminatory abortion policy. Here's why.
News
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Tracy Glynn | Abortion services are returning to Fredericton with the opening of Clinic 554, which will provide the province with a range of health care services, especially for underserved communities.
News
Photo: Tracy Glynn
Tracy Glynn | Newly elected Liberal Premier Brian Gallant has announced the removal of certain barriers to abortion in New Brunswick. While this is great news, there is still a lot of work to be done.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Kathleen Pye talks about Reproductive Justice New Brunswick's success at making access to abortion a key issue in the recent provincial election.
Blog
John Bonnar | In Toronto, the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada and the Ontario Coalition of Abortion Clinics held a rally Saturday outside Ryerson University.
Activist Toolkit
| The clinic is closed but people are still able to access abortion services in New Brunswick.
Blog
Jesse McLaren | Last month saw the release of two important artistic projects that visualize reproductive choice: the American movie Obvious Child, and the Canadian book One Kind Word.
Podcast
Migrant Matters Radio | Krysta Williams talks about the deliberate overcriminalization process in which the state intervenes in the lives of Indigenous peoples in colonial Canada, touching on reproductive justice issues.