Canadian Universities Debate Rights of Anti-Abortion Groups

February 8, 2011

Canadian universities are once again debating whether it is appropriate to support anti-abortion groups. Carleton University, in Ottawa, revoked the club status of Carleton Lifeline, saying that it violated campus rules by seeking to limit the rights of women, The Canadian Press reported. Several other universities have made similar moves, but critics of the decisions (who are not necessarily anti-abortion) say that these actions limit freedom of expression.

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