Toronto – The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC) has been granted intervenor status for Supreme Court cases involving unborn children and sexual orientation.

The first involves the Manitoba ruling that a pregnant solvent addict could not be confined to a substance abuse program to protect the unborn child. The second deals with an Alberta case arguing the inclusion of sexual orientation in human rights legislation. Both cases give the EFC an opportunity to argue a pro-life, pro-family viewpoint.