The largest pro-life benefit in Canada went virtual May 30, 2020.
From the comfort of their homes, hundreds of Albertans who believe all human beings deserve human rights, tuned in to watch the virtual event. The evening covered:
- The problem (the harm of abortion): An honest look at the state of abortion in Canada.
- The solution (our part of the solution): To pass Canada's first pro-life law to protect girls, women and the preborn from the harm of abortion.
Featuring remarks from Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidates, annual award recipient and Executive Director, Stephanie Fennelly. The first thousand guests register received a Benefit-in-a-box gift packaged mailed to their doorstep.
Saturday, May 30, 2020
Stephanie Fennelly is the Executive Director of Alberta’s provincial pro-life group The Wilberforce Project. An honours graduate of the Edwards School of Business in Saskatoon, and currently working on her Masters, Stephanie is a passionate pro-life leader and a proud mother. Seen on CTV and The Miracle Channel, and covered on numerous news sources from the Toronto City News, Calgary Sun, CBC Reporter to Maclean's magazine. Stephanie will be sharing The Wilberforce Project's strategy to create the FIRST pro-life law in Canada.
The Calgary Herald writes "If a group like Wilberforce sells bundles of UCP memberships and succeeds in winning nominations, it will have real influence. Kenney would face internal pressure to alter the abortion system." Come hear Stephanie's strategy to do just that!
I am not a career politician. I am a mother who has been given much by this great country, and by my hardworking parents before me. I want to help the next generation succeed. I want my children to inherit an even better Canada than the one that has given me so much. Canadians deserve a Conservative party with the courage to hold fast to the foundational values of democracy. We must be a country where the freedom of religion, conscience and expression are upheld.
Member of Parliament for Hastings-Lennox & Addington in Eastern Ontario
Derek is a lawyer, husband to Jennifer and three children. Derek is a Conservative without apology. He knows that the damage to free speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of conscience happening in Canada cannot be understated. It’s time for everyone concerned about these issues to stand up and support a candidate who will not just pay lip service but get in the line of fire to defend these freedoms.
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