CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I., November 21, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Prince Edward Island’s Opposition health critic has said neither the Tories nor the ruling Liberals are interested in re-opening a debate on having abortions committed on the island.Special kudos to all those who took part in the pro-life counter-demonstration on Saturday. It's sure encouraging to find out that there were more participants at the pro-life counter-demonstration than at the pro-abort rally. Great job!
“We are in agreement with the government that, at this time, their position on this issue is not changing,” Conservative health critic James Aylward told the CBC.
Aylward endorsed Health Minister Doug Currie’s position that the island’s status as Canada’s only abortion-free province will continue. “Right now, I see no reason to veer off the current status,” Currie had told The Guardian newspaper. “I see nothing changing and the status quo is in place and that’s my position on it right now.”
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Abortion 'clinic' free, to be precise, as the province does pay for women to obtain abortions off-island. But at least, the governing PEI Liberals are nowhere near as radical as their Federal counterparts, and they have no intention to usher abortion into the province: