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Welcome to the Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada

The Abortion Rights Coalition of Canada (ARCC) is the only nation-wide political pro-choice group devoted to ensuring abortion rights and access. We formed in October 2005 to carry out political and educational work to support reproductive rights and health.

ARCC is Canada’s “voice for choice”. Check out our Vision and Mandate for more about what we stand for and what we do.

Our diverse coalition consists of pro-choice groups and individuals across Canada working to represent all Canadian women and transgender people who support reproductive rights and justice.

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June 6, 2018: Ontario Election: Protect Reproductive Rights! - Vote Against Conservatives. A majority win by Doug Ford and the Progressive Conservatives could seriously jeopardize reproductive rights in Ontario. Please vote strategically to reduce the risk of a PC victory in your riding.

June 2, 2018: Submitting Complaints Against Anti-Choice Ads - Have you seen an inaccurate or offensive anti-choice ad? You can complain to Ad Standards. Here’s how.

May 31, 2018: Safe Access Zones at Abortion Clinics are Constitutional - op-ed by Joyce Arthur of ARCC, to support Alberta's safe access zone bill.

March 14, 2018: Conservatives act in bad faith to deny summer jobs to youth. They are misleading their constituents on what the CSJ attestation requirement means.

March 13, 2018: Missing Canada Summer Jobs Funds – Join us with #SummerJobsW5 as we wonder: Where is the federal revenue given to anti-choice groups?

March 4, 2018: Abortion Is a Charter Right - Our new position paper demonstrates how and why abortion is a Charter right in Canada.

Updated June 6, 2018

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