Abortion

Not a bitter pill to swallow

The abortion pill mifepristone is approved in over 60 countries worldwide including the United States, most of Europe and Australia. But not in Canada.Continue...

Barriers to abortion persist

After finding out she was pregnant, a Queen’s student decided to terminate her pregnancy — but waited over a month for an abortion appointment.Continue...

A matter of choice

Kingston’s Pregnancy Care Centre (KPCC) has no desire to deceive anyone, according to director Donna Bell.Continue...

Two sides of Motion 312 - the abortion debate

Motion 312 is the controversial bill put forward in Parliament that may reignite the debate about abortion and fetal rights in Canada.Continue...

Finding post-abortion support in Kingston

For Queen’s students who access abortion, finding resources might not be their biggest hurdle. However, services touting post-abortion support aren’t always transparent about their motivation.Continue...

Anti-abortion film screening promotes misinformation, not debate

Universities should act only as hosts for conversations about controversial issues—not as purveyors of their own beliefs and agendas.Continue...

On-campus abortion impacts equal access to education

Providing medication abortion at universities goes beyond improving access to the procedure for affected students—it’s vital to improve access to education.Continue...

Where did all the feminism go?

Second-wave feminist issues, like birth control and abortion, don’t have the same visibility on campus today that they had in the 70s.Continue...

Restrictions on safe medical abortions don’t help anybody

Until the day I needed one, I’d never planned to get an abortion in my life.Continue...

Canada’s unequal abortion services leave women trapped

It’s unforgivable that legal early abortions are often inaccessible to Canadians living outside major cities.Continue...

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