Support the There Were Two Campaign by getting involved!

There’s a way for everyone to spread the word about the There Were Two Campaign. Find a way that works for you, and don’t forget to:

Flyer Distribution

Distribute There Were Two flyers in your neighborhood or with your friends.

Contact us to order flyers (free of charge)

Pro life rack cards to distribute
Post Cards to Members of Parliament, Pro Life

Postcards to Members of Parliament

Send a postcard to your MP asking them to support a Pre-born Victims of Crime law.

Contact us to order postcards (free of charge)

Pro life petition Signatures

Gather Petition Signatures

Petitions are a great way to send a strong message to the House of Commons that we want them to act now! It only takes 25 signatures to get something read in the House of Commons and this is a great opportunity to affect the policy in our country by using our freedom of expression. 

Download petition

    Prolife Vehicle Decals

    Vehicle Decals

    Vehicle decals raise awareness everywhere you go!

    Contact us to get your free decals – and maybe some for your friends, too!

      Bus ad, There Were Two
      Billboard, Bus Ad, Prolife


      City bus ads or Billboards are a great way to spread a message and raise awareness. We have graphics available for you to use for an ad campaign in your community!

      Bus Ad: download graphics
      Billboard: download graphics

      Contact us if you need a different graphic size.

      Pro life knit booties

      Baby Booties

      Knit or crochet a pair of baby booties and send to your MP with the note:

      “These booties represent the life of a pre-born victim who lost their life during a violent crime. Canada needs a pre-born victims of crime law so that criminals who attack a pregnant woman can be sentenced appropriately.”

      Click here to find your MP and their contact information:

      Pro Life Letter to the editor

      Letter to the Editor

      Writing a letter to the Editor is a great way to keep the conversation going in your community! Your local paper will include information on where/how to submit a letter to the editor. Here are some tips:

      • Focus on one issue only. Keep it clear and short – only 200-250 words.
      • Remove non-essential words such as “I think” or “I believe.” Just state the facts.
      • Start your email with a brief introduction followed by your name, city, and daytime phone number.
      • Include your letter in the body of your email, not as an attachment.
      • If your letter doesn’t get published the first time, don’t be discouraged! They receive many letters each week, so please keep trying.
      • Contact us if you would like help composing your letter.