National March for Life, antidote to Trudeau government’s denial of human rights and freedoms, launches 2018 theme: ‘PRO-LIFE ALL.IN.’
Toronto, Feb 20, 2018 – The National March for Life in Ottawa, the largest annual protest on Parliament Hill, has been set for May 10, 2018, and the theme for this year’s march is ‘PRO-LIFE ALL.IN.’
“With the attack on freedom of speech, expression and conscience from the highest levels of government – Justin Trudeau’s politicization of the Canada Summer Jobs Program and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s abortion bubble zones, the widespread promotion of deadly chemical abortion in Canada, and the federal government’s global abortion fund, funded by Canadian tax dollars, it is very clear that our political leaders in this country are driven by radical ideologies that place the future of our nation in jeopardy,” said Jim Hughes, president of Campaign Life Coalition. “If they come after the rights of pro-life Canadians today, whose rights will they remove next?”
“We need to be fully committed to speak the truth, especially in the face of growing persecution,” said Mary Ellen Douglas, national organizer, Campaign Life Coalition. “The March for Life theme ‘PRO-LIFE ALL.IN.’ encourages Canadians to stand up for life without compromise, no exceptions and no excuses.”
The 2018 theme challenges Canadians to commit themselves to standing up for life, for free speech and for the freedom to hold and express one’s beliefs. The first video, posters, and postcards are now available at marchforlife.ca to download and circulate in communities across the country.
About Campaign Life Coalition
Campaign Life Coalition is a national, non-profit organization involved in political action and advocacy for legal and cultural change in Canada with respect to protecting human life and the family. It is non-partisan and encourages voting based on principles, not party. For more information visit www.campaignlifecoalition.com.
Jeff Gunnarson, Vice-President, Campaign Life Coalition
416-204-9749 ext. 249
Mary Ellen Douglas, Ontario President