Justin Trudeau’s Abortion Mandate Exposed with Controversial Video
Toronto, ON. In the wake of Justin Trudeau’s declaration that there is no room in the Liberal party for new candidates who would vote against even late-term abortion, the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR) has released a video through its “Face the Children” Campaign (http://www.unmaskingchoice.ca/). The hard-hitting clip, available here: https://vimeo.com/95417406, brings Trudeau’s words on abortion into a new light.
Mobile Billboards with Bloody Abortion Victim Photography to Hit Vancouver and Lower Mainland Streets
Vancouver, BC. Today a former ambulance which has been turned into a mobile abortion billboard will hit Vancouver and Lower Mainland streets. The vehicle, featuring three large images of first-trimester aborted children next to ultrasound and prenatal imagery, will be a regular sight on city streets.
The group behind the project, the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR: http://www.unmaskingchoice.ca) defended its shocking tactic: “Abortion is happening because the injustice is invisible,” said executive director and UBC alumnus Stephanie Gray. “We aim to prick the conscience of the public so that in seeing the humanity of the pre-born, and the inhumane nature of abortion, people will reject a procedure that dismembers and decapitates the youngest amongst us.”
NDP MP Chris Charlton’s Abortion Views Exposed Through Bloody Postcards
Hamilton, ON. NDP MP for Hamilton Mountain, Chris Charlton, is coming under fire from a national anti-abortion group which says she “failed the children.” Today, the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR: http://www.unmaskingchoice.ca) began distributing bloody postcards of aborted children alongside an image of Charlton to the homes in Charlton’s riding.
CCBR’s executive director, Stephanie Gray, explained her group’s tactic: “It is increasingly difficult for pro-life MPs to broach the abortion issue without facing backlash from opposition parties or their own. This needs to be reversed—now, politicians who won’t change the status quo that permits the dismemberment of the next generation of Canadians will be the ones to face backlash.”
Brampton, ON. A national anti-abortion campaign has released the latest politician, Brampton-Springdale MP Parm Gill, as the focus of “Face the Children,” which first featured a postcard showing Stephen Harper’s face next to an image of a late-term aborted fetus. Now Gill, who was a member of the committee that deemed Motion 408 non-votable earlier this year, is being taken to task by the group that says he “failed the children.”
Toronto, ON. Bal Gosal, the Member of Parliament for Bramalea-Gore-Malton, is the latest politician to become the focus of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical’s graphic “Face the Children” campaign, which involves circulating tens of thousands of postcards with bloody late-term abortion images in a politician’s riding. The announcement that CCBR is targeting Gosal follows on the sweeping postcard drops in the Calgary ridings of both Prime Minister Stephen Harper as well as MP Michelle Rempel.
CCBR’s postcards are extremely shocking, showing Gosal’s face next to a 6-month aborted fetus. It highlights the fact that Gosal voted against Motion 312, which sought to re-examine Canada’s disregard for the medical science surrounding pre-natal development.
ANTI-ABORTION GROUP CONFRONTS CALGARY MP MICHELLE REMPEL
Calgary, AB. Calgary Centre-North MP, Michelle Rempel, is coming under fire from a national anti-abortion group which says she “failed the children.” Rempel is the second of five politicians at the heart of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform’s (CCBR) controversial “Face the Children” campaign, which involves circulating tens of thousands of graphic postcards in a politician’s riding. The announcement that CCBR is targeting Rempel follows on the heels of a sweeping postcard distribution last week in Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Riding.
Postcards with Aborted Fetus Images Alongside Harper Images Go to Constituents
Calgary, AB. Starting today, a group of anti-abortion activists will circulate postcards with images of Prime Minister Stephen Harper next to bloody, graphic pictures of late-term aborted children to homes in Harper’s constituency. Harper is the first of five politicians the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR) says it will make “Face the Children”—the name of its new project. The group plans to distribute 250,000 postcards in the five ridings by summer’s end.
National Anti-Abortion Group Sends Message To MPs on Eve of Motion 312 Vote
The Toronto and Calgary-based anti-abortion group the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR: www.unmaskingchoice.ca) released video of abortion-supporting members of Parliament Niki Ashton (Churchill, Manitoba) and Irene Mathyssen (London-Fanshawe, Ontario) defending abortion in Canada interspersed with gruesome clips of aborted fetuses.