Pro-life message gets out to the street

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  • June 30, 2010
G20 pro-life protestTORONTO - The G8 and G20 summits certainly attracted protesters. Pro-lifers Julie Abernethy and Seanna Magee weren’t going to be left out.

When Abernethy noticed a group of protesters with a pro-abortion banner walking through her downtown neighbourhood, she asked, “Is anybody representing our side?”


Abernethy and Magee decided they would represent the pro-life side and brought a couple of signs down to the official protest zone at Queen’s Park.

“We’re not here for any violence,” explained Abernethy.

They displayed signs urging a maternal and child health care plan that respects life in the womb.

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