Friday's groundbreaking abortion decision by the US Supreme Court The impact in Canada has had many implications for the problems that are currently burning south of the border.
"It's a catastrophic decision to go down. It's not that we didn't expect it," said Carolyn Egan of Canada's Abortion Rights Coalition.
"The reaction in the United States is similar to what we feel here. Anger, upset, all that."
Campaign Life Coalition, 1973. Roev. He said he was celebrating a ruling that overturned Wade's decision to cancel.
"Science is clearly on the side of life. Courts are finally starting to catch up with science," said Union President Jeff Gunnerson.
He added, "This victory means loosening the iron grip that the pro-abortion movement has held in America for decades."
Josie Luetke, Youth Coordinator of the Campaign Life Coalition, said the US Supreme Court's decision is expected.
It "rekindled the debate on abortion not only in Canada, but around the world," she said.
"The time of justice for newborn babies has finally arrived, and this is the day we have been waiting for for a long time."
But Egan said. The US move did not indicate that the issue would erupt as a living legislative issue in Canada.
"Looking back at the number of last federal elections, neither party wanted to resume the abortion problem, even from the mouth of Stephen Harper and Otur. Conservative You can see what the new leader of the sect is trying to say, "Eagan said.
The abortion was first denialized in Canada in 1969.
In 1988, the Supreme Court revoked the 1969 abortion law, which ruled that it was unconstitutional and violated the women's charter's right to human safety. '
Congress was tasked with creating a new law in 1988.
But such a bill never took shape.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took part in the important American development that called it "horrible" on Friday.
"My heart is now directed at the millions of American women who are about to lose their legal rights to abortion. The fear and anger you are feeling now. I can't imagine, "he tweeted.
"Government, politicians, or men must not teach women what they can and cannot do with their bodies. Canadian women always have the right to make your choice. I want you to know that I support you. "
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