Tuesday, November 2, 2010

First Hour of Debate on "Roxanne's Law" Takes Place in Canadian Parliament

Monday, November 1, 2010
See full debate at http://www2.parl.gc.ca/HousePublications/Publication.aspx?Language=E&Mode=1&Parl=40&Ses=3&DocId=4746353

During the parliamentary debate yesterday on Bill C-510, Conservative MP Kelly Block was the only Member to support Rod Bruinooge's attempt to bring about legal protection for those women who don't want the abortions others are trying to impose on them.
As someone correctly pointed out, Conservative MP David Anderson also supported Bill C-510 during debate (he asked a question after Rod's speech, just before Nicole Demers' speech). He is to be commended as well
from Priests for Life Canada
"By obtaining the full cooperation of Catholics across Canada, we can ensure that this bill will pass." "This is a bill we can all support in good conscience." Fr. Tom Lynch, National Director, Priests for Life Canada

(Note that the vote at Second Reading is expected to take place on December 8. If it passes, then Bill C-510 will be referred to the Justice Committee to be studied. If it fails, then C-510--the only abortion-related bill that has come to a vote in Parliament in 20 years, as far as I know--will die. )

See an Abortion Bill we can all support by Andrea Mrozek http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/abortion+choose+support/3762270/story.html

See Story from Lifesite news below

Roxanne’s law — first hour of debate

Published: Tuesday, November 2, 2010, 1:00 pm
Author: Paul Tuns

From the IMFC: 10 Questions about Bill C-510

National Campus ...

By admin

The Institute of Marriage and Family Canada has put out the below Q & A sheet to help people understand Roxanne's Law, or Bill C-510. Ten questions about Bill C-510. Life is busy. A cheat sheet to understand the basics about one bill ... This bill was brought forward by Conservative Member of Parliament for Winnipeg South, Rod Bruinooge. He is also chair of the parliamentary pro-life caucus. Mr. Bruinooge does not have the support of Prime Minister Stephen Harper for Bill ...


National Campus Life Network...

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