Campaign Life Coalition is informing Canadians about Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau’s pro-choice comments ahead of the federal election this fall. Photo by Michael Swan

Just say #No2Trudeau, says Campaign Life

  • February 25, 2015

TORONTO - With a federal election scheduled for this year, Campaign Life Coalition has launched the #No2Trudeau campaign to foil the Liberal leader's victory plan.

“Campaign Life Coalition has informed the pro-life movement and Canadian pro-lifers that Justin Trudeau's Liberal Party is unsupportable in the upcoming federal election,” said Alissa Golob, campaign co-ordinator. “Those who oppose the destruction of human life in the womb cannot, in good conscience, vote for a party that unambiguously supports unfettered and taxpayer-funded decapitation, dismemberment and disembowelment of pre-born children in the womb.”

Trudeau is being targeted for installing a policy within the Liberal Party which restricts opposition to the leader's pro-choice decisions.

“I have made it clear that future candidates need to be completely understanding that they will be expected to vote pro-choice on any bills,” Trudeau said in 2014.

Campaign Life has partnered with the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform to co-ordinate #No2Trudeau.

The awareness campaign kicked off online Feb. 25 with the announcement of a coast-to-coast speaking tour featuring Golob and Jonathan Van Maren from the Bioethical Reform.

The duo is to make the first address at the University of Victoria on March 13th and will take the campaign across the nation. They are expected to conclude their cross-country venture on April 28 in Halifax before heading to Ottawa for the March for Life on May 14. Torontonians will have an opportunity to hear from the youthful pro-lifers on April 10 at the Toronto Public Library located at 40 Orchard View Blvd.

“This is not just another pro-life talk,” said Golob. “We know you're pro-life and we know you want to oppose Justin Trudeau.”

With Canadians set to cast ballots in the fall, time is of the essence.

“Pro-lifers must treat this threat with the urgency it requires,” said Golob. “The pro-life movement must make use of the compressed urgency of an election to begin the long and hard work of rebuilding the pro-life consensus and influencing Canadian voters. In order for us to do this, the pro-life movement will need thousands of boots on the ground across the country to participate in the #No2Trudeau campaign in whatever form of activism they feel comfortable with.”

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