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Karl Nerenberg | NDP MPs housed parliamentary staff in Montreal and elsewhere. Other parties want to make this into a scandal. Not much there; except, perhaps, for what NDPers said to the Clerk of the Commons.
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Karl Nerenberg | NDP MPs housed Parliamentary staff in Montreal and elsewhere. Other parties want to make this into a scandal. Not much there; except, perhaps, for what NDPers said to the Clerk of the Commons.
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Kaitlin McNabb | The Morgentaler Clinic in Fredericton, New Brunswick has announced it will close its doors, striking a huge blow to reproductive choice in Canada. Why are reproductive rights still up for debate?
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Hennessy's Index | This month, Hennessy's Index looks at abortion rights in Canada and the numbers behind M312, a federal backbencher's private motion "that sought to re-examine how Canadian law defines a human being."
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Brent Rathgeber
David J. Climenhaga | Edmonton-St. Albert MP Brent Rathgeber can try to justify his vote as he wishes, but he's taking a stand against reproductive choice. Period. No excuses. No opportunity for appeal.
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rabbleTV | This educational filmstrip celebrates the brave efforts of Canadian MP Stephen Woodworth and his single-minded quest to understand the uterus.
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Mercedes Allen | There has been an interesting change of direction from the Canadian far right over Stephen Woodworth's "science," revealing how and why Canada's far right isn't particularly interested in it.
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Joyce Arthur | The Canadian women's movement can't afford to look the other way. We must fight right-wing attempts to erase women's gains, even if those attempts have little chance of success.
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Mercedes Allen | What Stephen Woodworth's "toe in the birth canal" argument attempts to deflect attention from, while attempting to change the social conversation in Canada.
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Alberta Premier Alison Redford
David J. Climenhaga | Conservatives now understand that while their crazy economic nostrums still enjoy some currency with the public, social conservative wedges are increasingly a disaster for them.
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Joyce Arthur | The pro-choice movement scored a significant victory last week in the Parliamentary debate over anti-choice Motion 312. It could prove to be a watershed moment, one that could end the abortion debate.
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Joyce Arthur | A new international report on women's rights versus fetal rights has arrived just in time to help demolish Motion 312, Conservative MP Stephen Woodworth's attempt to give legal protection to fetuses.