Canadians want to kill the pain not the patient

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Poll finds Canadians want to kill the pain, not the patient

Canadians want improved access to end of life care, but worry about the impact …read more|en savoir plus

Canadians Want Legal Protection Before Birth

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CANADIANS WANT LEGAL PROTECTION BEFORE BIRTH

Seventy-two percent of Canadians surveyed in a September National Omnibus poll support legal protection for unborn babies. Most (62%) want …read more|en savoir plus

Ignorance on abortion is far from bliss

By Susan Martinuk, Calgary Herald August 6, 2010 A new poll shows the vast majority of Canadians don’t know the facts about Canada’s abortion laws, yet are quite content to hang on to their ignorance. According to an Angus Reid poll released this week, only 21 per cent of adults know that Canada …read more|en savoir plus

The Truth Comes Out – Canadians Want Restrictions on Abortion

(www.ARPACanada.ca, August 4, 2010): A newly-released Angus Reid public opinion poll reveals some startling findings on abortion that blow apart the myth that the abortion debate is settled in Canada. In its ten page news release, Angus Reid highlighted that only 21% of Canadians know that there are …read more|en savoir plus

Canadians Favour Abortion Limits

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November 26, 2009

For the ninth year in a row, a majority of Canadians have rejected the status quo on abortion in thiscountry. Over half say there should be legal protection for human life before birth and over two-thirds say abortions should only be paid for by taxpayers in medical emergencies or in cases of rape or incest.
A poll by Environics Research of 2002 Canadians found that only one-third of Canadians agree with thecurrent policy that denies any protection to unborn babies before birth. The majority, 56% support legal protection at some stage before birth: 30% support legal protection from conception on, 17% after three months of pregnancy and 8% after six months of pregnancy. Once again, support for legal protection from conception on is much higher among women, 35%, than men at 25%.