Statistics show that in Canada, Great Britain, France and Spain, one in five pregnancies ends in abortion.
Great Britain, France and Spain have legal limits on abortion and Canada does not, yet the end result is the same. On the other hand, abortion is illegal in Ireland with the unborn child’s right to life protected in its constitution.
Countries with legalized abortion are aborting their future, one life at a time.
May 2019 will mark fifty years of legal abortion in Canada.  The Criminal Code was amended in 1969 to allow for legal abortion under certain conditions. The Supreme Court of Canada struck down the 1969 law in its 1988 Morgentaler decision. The Court however did not find a constitutional or Charter right to abortion. Since 1970, Canada has sanctioned the deaths of more than four million babies awaiting birth.
Image from Alliance For Life Ontario