Citing abortions performed per location, complication rates, etc., the report is a gold mine of information.
And it is common information that should be available to everyone, on ANY topic.
When will this be rectified in British Columbia?
To read the full, detailed report (because we believe you are mature enough to handle it), visit their site here.
As was said before:
“…it is difficult not to conclude that the government simply wants to make an exception in the case of abortion in order to prevent researchers or opponents from continuing to assemble the kind of numbers that may make some Canadians uncomfortable. There are thousands of tax-funded medical procedures carried out on a daily basis…. many of them of a similarly sensitive nature. Singling out abortion as the only exception to the rule of public access suggests the government’s real motivation is a desire to stifle debate and avoid having to answer the difficult questions that arise from Canada’s easy and unquestioning approach to the provision of abortion.”
-Kelly McParland | Aug 10, 2012 11:37 National Post