Provide universal access to publicly funded contraception.

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anna meyer
9 years ago
I believe contraception should be readily available to all.People who cannot afford birth control most certainly cannot afford a child!!

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Pamela Yu
9 years ago
I am a strong advocate of universal healthcare for women and that includes accessibility to contraception and abortion. Removing barriers to contraception is key to improving our health care system and social progress.

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Bella Elphick
9 years ago
I am campaigning for free contraception in our community in my role as a Public Health nurse. I was very excited to come accross this petition. Great Job!

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Linda Lockwood
9 years ago
Because I believe that contraception is something that we should have access to. So many unplanned pregnancies...

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Katelyn Ray
9 years ago
In my opinion free contraceptions will help encourage people to practice safe sex.

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Katie McRae
9 years ago
Can barely afford birth control at 27$ a pack, it's ridiculous.

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Roxanne Pham
9 years ago
Sexual health should be one of the top priorities of the Canadian government!

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sandrine hebting
9 years ago
L'égalité des chances pour les femmes et les hommes passe par un accée libre et gratuit aux moyens de contraception. Sans cela les femmes sont à la merci de grossesses involontaires qui les placent dans des situations de précarité. Parmi les personnes les plus pauvres au Canada, les mères seules sont au premier rang.

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Chantell Holm
9 years ago
I am signing because I don't thing women should have to go through an unplanned pregnancy, and the difficult decision of keeping the baby, adopting out, or abortion, because she couldn't afford birth control.

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Sally Errey
9 years ago
In my specific area, unplanned pregnancies have been rasied as a high risk issue by secondary school students themselves! We need affordable or free contraceptives.