Canada is one of few countries to have no laws on abortion, amid the majority of Canadians being pro-choice. Even Parliament is so pro-abortion, they’re unwilling to pass legislation to protect pre-born girls from sex-selective abortion.

This has led some to wonder if Canada’s pro-life movement should shift its focus to advancing pro-family initiatives and policies, rather than try and restrict abortion.

True North’s Elie Cantin-Nantel spoke about the matter, as well as the current state of Canada’s pro-life movement, with RightNow co-founder Alissa Golob.

RightNow describes itself as an organization which “exists to nominate and elect pro-life politicians by mobilizing Canadians on the ground level to vote at local nomination meetings, and provide training to volunteers across the country to create effective campaign teams in every riding across Canada.”