Andrea Mrozek
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Andrea Mrozek is the executive director at the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada.

Andrea writes and speaks about education, child care, women’s issues and how family life affects the economy, and vice versa. Since joining the Institute in 2006, she has authored a number of influential pieces including Private Choices, Public Costs: How Failing Families Cost Us All about the national public costs of family breakdown and The Cost of a Free Lunch: The Real Costs of the Pascal Early Learning Plan for Ontario, which accurately pegged the cost of all-day kindergarten in advance of the provincial government assessment.

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Doctors Should Not Be Forced to Prescribe the Pill

(23) Comments | Posted July 31, 2014 | 12:49 PM

There's a Toronto-based business called the Red Tent Sisters, which gives sex advice to women. They are advocates for women's health, offering classes in everything from contraception to fertility and sexuality. They encourage women to leave hormonal contraception behind. "Ditch the Pill," says their website, "and reclaim your...

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Justin Trudeau Proves Pro-Choice Is Anti-Choice

(104) Comments | Posted May 9, 2014 | 5:57 PM

Is clamping down on freedom of speech the logical conclusion of a pro-choice worldview?

Don't get me wrong. As a pro-life woman, it is certainly heartening to see the lack of receptivity to Justin Trudeau's position that pro-life candidates need not apply to be nominees for the Liberal Party.

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Why I'm Against Legalizing Prostitution

(24) Comments | Posted December 20, 2013 | 3:07 PM

On December 20, 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down Canada's prostitution laws. There's a stay of 12 months before brothels could be up and running. That's the silver lining on an otherwise bad ruling.

It's not that the old laws were perfect. They weren't. The buying and...

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What Mothers Want

(2) Comments | Posted October 7, 2013 | 1:29 PM

A university education makes you less likely to value stay-at-home parenting.

In Daycare Desires, Part III: How education affects attitudes toward daycare, an analysis by the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada, we learn that Canadians have somewhat different attitudes toward child care depending on whether or...

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