Anti-choice researchers recently published a dangerously flawed study that concluded -- incredibly -- that the legal status of abortion has no influence on maternal deaths in Chile.
Joyce Arthur is the founder and Executive Director of the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada, a national pro-choice group in Canada.
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.
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.
What follows is part two of my critique of the prostitution abolitionist viewpoint as contained in the Factum of the Intervenor Women's Coalition.
An often-acrimonious divide exists between feminists who call for the abolition of sex work and feminists who favour its decriminalization.
Even though all provinces and territories have deemed abortion to be a “medically required” service under the Canada Health Act, some provinces still do not meet any of the five principles