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Canadian government concerned with decline in abortions

Justin Trudeau’s government is aiming to counteract the “worrying” 20% dip in abortions in a Canadian province over the last five years

editor: Grzegorz Adamczyk
author: dorzeczy.pl

According to information from portal Life News based on official government data, the number of abortions carried out in the New Brunswick province has dropped by an impressive 20 percent in the last five years.

While this figure is a reason for celebration for pro-life environments, it has turned out to be a motive for Justin Trudeau’s pro-abortion government to undertake a special initiative to “remedy” the situation.

To investigate the motivation of women who are increasingly less often ending the lives of their own children and to encourage more mothers to have abortions, the government administration has asked the University of New Brunswick to fulfil a project meant to promote abortion.

Canada’s health minister Patty Hajdu informed about a USD 366,000 donation for abortion research. The financing is meant to directly support the abortion industry in the province because the research will be conducted in an abortion clinic called “Clinic 445”. The clinic’s building was also visible in the background while the minister was discussing the government’s decision on television.

The research will concern the clinic’s activity between 2015 and 2020 and is meant to define the “gaps and barriers” when it comes to abortion services, as well as the phenomena of stigmatization and discrimination, which are meant to be “guilty” of discouraging women from having abortions.

Unrestricted abortion is legal and financed by the government in New Brunswick, but only in state-owned clinics. Given the situation in which a report from a provincial medical office stated that there is no need for financing private abortion clinics because the demand for such services is lowering, the government decided to intervene to promote a “pro-choice” stance among women.