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New Canadian Bill Would Make It a Crime to Harm an Unborn Baby Against Her Mother’s Will

This fall, MPs will be debating Bill C-225, a private member’s bill that addresses gender-based violence by protecting pregnant women who have chosen to carry their child to term. While many MPs have expressed support for this common-sense proposal, others have levelled criticisms. Some of the most common criticisms are: it’s unconstitutional; it conflicts with […]
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