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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 for women. 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.

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January 11, 2017: Anti-Abortion Agencies Get Millions in Government Funding. Anti-abortion agencies that work to stop women from having an abortion by misinforming them about the procedure have received $3.5 million in government funding over the last five years, ARCC has discovered. 

January 3, 2017: Anti-Abortion Bus Ads Nixed - Alberta City Wins Lawsuit. For safety reasons, the City of Peterborough should now refuse the same ad.
Take action: Call, tweet, or send a letter to the City of Peterborough.

November 11, 2016: We've updated our list of anti-choice MPs after the Bill C-225 vote. A shocking 87% of Conservatives are anti-choice, but 70% of all MPs are pro-choice.

October 4, 2016: Our newsletter The Activist is back! Check out new stories on NB and PEI, Mifegymiso, our CPC website study, and more.

May 18, 2016: Review of “Crisis Pregnancy Centre” Websites in Canada - A new study by ARCC examined all of the websites of “crisis pregnancy centres” in Canada. Most websites either present misinformation on abortion or sexual health issues, and/or fail to disclose their anti-abortion or religious agenda or that they are not medical clinics.

Updated January 11, 2017

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