NB Right to Life Statement on Federal Health Minister’s Comments

Comments by NBRL – Dec. 12, 2006 In response to December news comments from federal health minister Tony Clement about New Brunswick’s policy on funding abortion clinics, NB Right to Life Executive Director Peter Ryan stated: “It seems the federal government is moving away from a dispute with New Brunswick. …read more|en savoir plus

Abortion Issue “Off the Radar”

Clement says Ottawa will wait for N.B. to initiate any discussion Telegraph-Journal, A1 on December 11, 2006 MONCTON – New Brunswick’s contentious abortion policy appears to be a hot potato both the federal and provincial governments are hoping will cool off. The province does not pay for abortions performed at Dr. …read more|en savoir plus

Ottawa Poised to Take Action on NB Abortion Policy

From Bobby-Jean McKinnon, “Federal Health Minister Says Ottawa Will Wait Till After N.B. Vote to Address Access to Abortions,” Telegraph-Journal August 22, 2006. Reprinted with permission. CHARLOTTETOWN – New Brunswickers will have to wait a while longer to find out what, if anything, the federal government plans to do to improve access to abortions …read more|en savoir plus

Letter from Peter Ryan

April 11, 2006 Dear Friend of Life, We bring to your attention once again the ongoing campaign to force New Brunswick taxpayers to pay for abortion on demand at the Morgentaler abortuary in Fredericton. This campaign is waged on two fronts: (i) Morgentaler’s lawsuit against the Province; (ii) the federal government’s dispute with the …read more|en savoir plus

Group Calls upon Federal Health Minister to Investigate Fraud and Drop Dispute with New Brunswick

NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release Feb. 22, 2006 A New Brunswick pro-life group is calling upon the federal health minister to investigate possible Medicare fraud by provinces that fund private abortion clinics. NB Right to Life also wants Health Canada to drop its abortion …read more|en savoir plus