This pro-life monument stands at the Church of Stephen (North Vancouver, Canada) where on March 4, 1971, the Prime Minister of Canada married 22-year-old Margaret Sinclair, 30 years his junior. She converted to Catholicism for the marriage. Within six years they were separated and were finally divorced in 1984. It was Trudeau and Turner, two Catholics, who brought legal abortion into Canada with their now infamous omnibus bill, the Criminal Law Amendment Act, Bill C-150. It introduced major changes to the Criminal Code of Canada and was the biggest reform of criminal and penal law ever attempted at one time in Canada.
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