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Abortion in Canada - Right or Wrong?

Summary: In 1969, a law was passed to regulate abortion under the Criminal Code. It permitted a qualified medical practioner to perform an abortion, if prior approval was obtained by a Therapeutic Abortion Committee. A 1988 Supreme Court of Canada decision found this process unconstitutional. The 1969 law was rendered unenforceable and abortion was effectively decriminalized. As of March 1998 a woman may obtain an abortion in all provinces and territories of Canada, except Prince Edward Island.
For many years now many different people with different life situations had different opinions about abortion. Some people say it is completely wrong, some say it is fine under certain circumstances, and some think it is right. Abortion is wrong because most of the women are unsure about their decisions, and some women may regret it later in their life, wondering whether the made the right choice or not. How can they be sure when they are taking their own child's life? The federal government should eliminate legalized abortion because it is wrong morally to kill a human being, especially your own child, and is wrong according to the Bible.

In 1969, a law was passed to regulate abortion under the Criminal Code. It permitted a qualified medical practioner to perform an abortion, if prior approval was obtained by a Therapeutic Abortion Committee. A...

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