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REPORTING · 12th October 2012
Walter McFarlane
Eighty People from Kitimat took a stand against abortion on Sunday, October 7th outside Centennial Park. They had support from local drivers honking their horns and giving them thumbs up.

“A group of people got together to make a stand for the unborn. We feel that life begins at conception and life is sacred, every human life has dignity from the time of conception to the time of natural deat. Because unborn children cannot stand up for themselves, we come out here and stand for the public and display our support for the unborn,” said Mike Weers, president of the Kitimat Right to Life Education Association.

The Kitimat Right to Life Organization started in the 80s. They are made up of different churches and people concerned about the dignity of human life inside the womb. They disagree with the Canadian Government’s law that a baby is not a baby until it is born.