Great progress made in Halifax for pro-life.
The bus ad campaign made the 6 o'clock news on CTV, because one of the pro-choice protesters organized an online petition against the ads. Honestly, you couldn't buy that kind of advertising!
Stephanie Potter comes on just before the 9 minute mark. Jayson Baxter interviews both Hilary Murphy the SMU student who began the petition and Stephanie, one of the Signs for Life team members.
While some might think such a reaction would be dismaying, it brings public awareness of the abortion issue to a whole segment of the population that couldn't be reached any other way. With the local evening news, when thousands are turning on their television sets to hear what has happened in Halifax and Nova Scotia today.
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As Luc's mother said "little man, you are going to change some hearts".