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pro-life

Former housing minister Patterk Netser says he does not regret what he posted.
A number of recently elected female MPs — some even calling themselves "feminists" — back pro-life policies.
Police are investigating the incident.
The 'Yes' campaign is projected to have won by a landslide.
MP Rachel Harder, the Conservatives' nominee for Status of Women committee chair, is the very picture of what feminists worked to achieve.
The university argues that a loud, unruly, physically disruptive mob should be entitled to shut down campus events, as long as the mob is non-violent.
Alissa Golob wants to bring Canada’s anti-abortion movement into 2017.
Abortion is probably the most divisive, complex issue in modern times. Perhaps, by erasing the pro-choice/pro-life labels, we can succumb to a more rational, less polarized dialogue where demonization becomes a relic from the past.
Here we are, mere days into a new year. On the first day of 2017 there were already 264 incidents of gun violence in the U.S. -- with at least 64 people killed and 146 injured. As of January 5 those numbers rose to 500 shootings, 113 deaths and 288 injuries. If, like me, you had hopes that, if Hillary Clinton became president, we might at last see some much-needed, long-overdue gun control in the U.S. we can certainly forget about it now. Not with Donald Trump as president.
The student union is now being sued because it continues to insist on banning the peaceful expression of pro-life opinion at Brandon University. BUSU claims that the pro-life message makes some students feel "uncomfortable."