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The Campaign Life Coalition (often called Campaign Life) is a Canadianmarker socially conservative group, primarily associated with the pro-life movement. It is largely centred in the province of Ontariomarker. The organization has existed since the late 1970s, and it has long been active in political campaigns.

Campaign Life has supported politicians from different political parties, including Liberals such as Tom Wappel and Paul Szabo and Conservatives such as Stockwell Day and Maurice Vellacott.

At the provincial level, Campaign Life has been active in supporting the Family Coalition Party.

In addition to opposing abortion, Campaign Life also launched a vocal campaign against same-sex marriage in 2004-05.

In 2005, the coalition criticised the Conservative Party for nominating same-sex marriage supporters John Baird and Peter Kent to run as candidates. It expressed support for John Pacheco's "independent conservative" candidacy against Baird in Ottawa West—Nepean, and for Greg Watrich's independent candidacy against sitting Tory MP James Moore (Port Moody—Westwood—Port Coquitlam), a supporter of Bill C-38.

One of its projects is LifeSiteNews, a news website dedicated to issues of culture, life, and family that was created in 1997.

References

  1. Campaign Life Coalition Newsletter Decries Favoring of New Pro-Abortion, Pro-Gay Candidates By Conservative Leadership
  2. True Conservatives Running as Independents against Anti-Family, Anti-Life ‘Conservative’ Candidates
  3. About LifeSiteNews.com


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