NDP tables Viewer Discretion Act to protect Ontarians from graphic images

QUEEN’S PARK – NDP MPPs Terence Kernaghan (London North Centre) and Jennie Stevens (St. Catharines) have reintroduced the Viewer Discretion Act, a private member’s bill to protect Ontarians from the unsolicited distribution of graphic materials to residences. If passed, this legislation would require graphic images to be delivered in an opaque envelope with a warning label […]

Protect Your City From Graphic Anti-Abortion Images

– making a difference with Viewer Discretion Legislation Coalition – Katie Dean In this series finale of our Abortion episodes we welcome Katie Dean from the Viewer Discretion Legislation Coalition. Katie begins with her heartbreaking story and facing off with an anti-abortion group canvasing her neighbourhood with graphic images. That led her to starting the […]

When Anti-Choice Goes Too Far:

Examining Spaces that Should be Safe from Anti-Choice Rhetoric By Jenn Miller When is it “going too far” to expose children (and others) to graphic and gruesome photos of alleged aborted fetuses? Surely, we can all agree that this is inappropriate at school, where there is an expectation of physical and psychological safety. What about […]

What Can you do to Stop Graphic Anti-abortion Images in your City

By Katie Dean Have you been one of the unlucky ones to be forced to view gory photos of images of “alleged” dead fetuses? If so, you are not alone. For almost two decades now, Canadians across the Country have been subject to blood and gore in our mailboxes and on our street corners. The […]