Tag Archives: abortion

I Survived Sex-Selection

04 March

Guest post by Ruth Lobo Shaw My biological mother was poor, alone, and 19-years-old when I was conceived. Being unmarried, she was likely ostracized from her family for being pregnant. Lucky for both of us, she found a convent that had an attachment for single mothers. She found help, support and a home there. We […]

National Post: Battle looming over Tory MP’s motion to condemn sex-selective abortions

16 January

An article in the National Post reports on MP Mark Warawa’s press conference concerning Motion 408.   We either condemn this or endorse this Warawa repeatedly told a press conference that his motion, and the online campaign he launched Wednesday to have Parliament approve the motion, was about condemning a practice that sees female fetuses […]