This from New Brunswick,
The New Brunswick Right to Life Association has filed a police report on yet another act of vandalism to its Mother and Child House on Brunswick Street.
“It happened on three successive nights, three different incidents,” said association executive director Peter Ryan. “One night they painted the word ‘Choice’ on one side of our building in large black letters and came back two other nights and ripped off our wooden flower boxes attached to the front of our building which dress it up nicely.
The property has been the target of different types of vandalism.
“We’ve had quite a few incidents in the last four or five years. I think it’s intensified,” he said.
The Right to Life Association opened its women’s care centre on Brunswick Street in 2000.
The pro-life facility provides support for women who are pregnant and encourages those pondering an abortion to consider keeping their baby.
“We’re appealing to whoever this is to please leave us alone and respect our choice to do what we do here, which is to help pregnant women in need. We don’t do it the way they want us to do it which is to give women abortions.
“We do help these women both before they’re considering abortion and after they’ve had abortions. We help these women just by offering compassion and support and information. We think that’s not a terrible thing,” Ryan said.
“There’s an alternative next to us and we’re the other choice.”