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.
access to abortion
On Thursday afternoon, the P.E.I. government announced that it will soon provide abortion service on the Island for the first time in almost 35 years.
TRAPPED is a moving documentary that premiered this week at the Sundance Film Festival, about how access to safe, legal abortions has come under assault in the U.S. through restrictive "TRAP" laws.
The P.E.I. election has been difficult to predict especially considering the current scandals involving the Liberals. What else is up for debate? Abortion access, online gambling and food security.
How is it possible that in the year 2015, some Canadians still can't access abortion in their own province and are being forced to risk their health and safety? It's anti-choice politics all the way.
The New Brunswick government is only extending publicly funded abortion services to the Moncton Hospital, choosing saving money over women's health.
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.
Access to abortion is a right in Canada. While we do have an active anti-abortion minority in Canada, pro-choice people are also guilty of silencing women's choices at times. Why?
PEI is the only province in Canada that does not offer access to safe, legal abortion. Recently, it has become quite clear this is a result of political interferences. What can we do?
This summer, New Brunswick introduced new regulations on abortion access and stopped funding abortions. Now, clinics in Maine see increasing numbers of women at their clinics coming from Canada.