Anti-abortion group says 45 now-elected Conservative MPs would vote to restrict abortion access - here's why pro-choice experts are concerned - 2019-11-24

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F94.png Anti-abortion group says 45 now-elected Conservative MPs would vote to restrict abortion access - here's why pro-choice experts are concerned November 24, 2019, Cherise Seucharan, Toronto Star

In October, Scheer finally told reporters that despite his own personal anti-abortion beliefs, his party was not going to try to reopen the abortion debate.

Two Canadian anti-abortion organizations, both of which aim to influence legislation on abortion, collectively supported more than 60 candidates from parties on the political right, with one group alleging many of these individuals would vote to restrict access to abortion, and for the promotion of conscience rights for doctors.

Now 45 of those candidates — all members of the Conservative Party — are MPs.

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{{cite news | first = Cherise | last = Seucharan | title = Anti-abortion group says 45 now-elected Conservative MPs would vote to restrict abortion access - here's why pro-choice experts are concerned | url = https://www.thestar.com/vancouver/2019/11/24/anti-abortion-group-says-45-now-elected-conservative-mps-would-vote-to-restrict-abortion-access-heres-why-pro-choice-experts-are-concerned.html | work = Toronto Star | date = November 24, 2019 | accessdate = November 26, 2019 }}