May 10, 2012 Press Release - Shedding Light on Subsection 223 (1)
For Immediate Publication
Date: May 10, 2012
Shedding Light on Subsection 223(1)
Ottawa, Ontario ? Following one hour of debate, and a healthy response from individuals across Canada, Stephen Woodworth, Member of Parliament for Kitchener Centre is continuing with the momentum generated from his Motion 312 and hopes to answer even more questions about the significance of the study he is proposing.
“We’re in an era where Canadians have the ability to voice their opinions in a variety of different ways outside of a pen and paper” he said “I’ve heard from thousands of Canadians across the country via email and social media tools which indicates to me that a national conversation is due.”
Woodworth hopes that by continuing to engage all Canadians in a national conversation regarding Canada’s current 400 year old definition of human being, it will help to bring the wider and more serious implications to the forefront.
“Too many Canadians are unaware of the necessity of the study I am proposing in my Motion and I am more than willing to answer any questions Canadians may have”, he says “My goal is to continue to reach out and connect with as many Canadians as possible to shed light on the truth about this outdated law.”
Woodworth is asking Canadians to visit his youtube page at www.youtube.com/user/WoodworthCPC, follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/woodworthmp or send him an email at Stephen.firstname.lastname@example.org.
To view an in-depth video presentation of the history and implications of Canada’s definition of human being by MP Woodworth as well as his speech in the House of Commons and other resources surrounding Motion 312, please visit www.stephenwoodworth.ca.
For more information:
Assistant to Stephen Woodworth, MP