Monday, June 26, 2006

Abortion and law in Canada

By Joyce Arthur:
Canada is one of the very few countries in the world that has NO criminal law restricting abortion at all. We first liberalized our law against abortion in 1969; then our Supreme Court threw it out completely in 1988. And we've been doing just fine without it. In the 11 years since we began our great experiment, we've found that doctors and women exercise the right to abortion responsibly, without the need for any legal restrictions. We don't need gestational limits. We don't need waiting periods. We don't need parental or spousal consent laws. And we don't need restrictions on certain types of abortions.

I'd like to share with you Canada's unique history of abortion, how it came to be that we have no law, and what abortion services in Canada are like today.

Follow the link to read more.

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