Women in England, Scotland and Wales have had safe, publicly-funded abortion services for nearly 50 years now. Northern Ireland is also part of the United Kingdom. So why is abortion there still governed by Victorian legislation? And what does it mean for women who want to end a pregnancy?
It’s about time government took proactive measures to fulfill its obligations around reproductive health
When Martha Shuping spoke at Memorial University on Sept. 25, her talk was billed as a primer in helping women. The story behind the headline was not so clear-cut.
The owner of the province’s only abortion clinic speaks about Frank Coleman, the state of abortion services in Newfoundland and Labrador and the need to protect women’s right to choose
The PCs have put this province’s failing grade on abortion access on the agenda. Time to hear what they intend to do about it.
Getting rid of what isn’t working, welcoming what might.
Legally speaking, we live in the world’s most liberal abortion regime. So why do so many women struggle for access to this basic health service?
Henry Morgentaler was a rare Canadian hero of democracy, justice and human rights.