So what if Harper muzzled an MP for suggesting a motion to condemn sex-selective abortion? It's not as though it's a matter of national import, and denouncing the motion, as MP Mark Warawa would have it, would have had no practical implications in and of itself. The only value of his motion would have been to reintroduce the word "abortion" into the national conversation, and that's something Liberals and NDPers, I imagine, don't want. They should stop posturing and get behind the Prime Minister -- he's the best friend liberals have right now.
OTTAWA - If Canadians thought the last House of Commons debate around abortion was contentious, the next one is shaping up
OTTAWA - Immigration Minister Jason Kenney says he plans to vote in favour of a controversial pro-life motion later this
OTTAWA - A handful of Conservatives rallied behind MP Stephen Woodworth's final bid Friday to have Parliament study the definition
A flood of postcards supporting MP Stephen Woodworth's Motion 312 to study the definition of life has slowed Parliament's
The question of whether to have a debate on when human life begins will face the House of Commons again Friday as Conservative
OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Thursday he'll vote against a motion introduced by one of his MPs that has reignited
Despite Stephen Harper's determination not to reopen the abortion debate, the issue is back in the parliamentary spotlight