The British Columbia Pro-Choice Action Network (PCAN), one of Canada’s most vociferous pro-abortion groups, has publicly apologized for slandering pro-lifers. In a small retraction published in the Vancouver Sun last September (so tiny it escaped the attention of most pro-lifers at the time) the PCAN apologized to the Genocide Awareness Project and the Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform for having slandered them in an article published in February, 2000.
The retraction reads: “On Feb. 24, 2000, the Vancouver Sun published an opinion piece written by Judy Hecht and Joyce Arthur of the Pro-Choice Action Network. In that opinion piece, Hecht and Arthur stated that members of the Genocide Awareness Project yelled racial epithets through bullhorns at university demonstrations. The Pro-Choice Action Network retracts that allegation and offers its sincere apologies to the Genocide Awareness Project and the Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform for any harm the allegation may have caused them.”