OTTAWA, April 30, 2013 ( – The youth wing of Campaign Life Coalition has planned a massive tweet-a-thon during this year's National March for Life in Ottawa on May 9th.


They are urging pro-lifers to use the hashtag #MarchForLife throughout the day of the march.

“It's the first time we're trying it and given how successful it's been for the Gosnell trial I think we might have a chance of an actual pro-life event trend in Canada,” said CLC Youth Coordinator Alissa Golob.

Golob was referring to the hugely successful “Tweetfest” launched by pro-lifers earlier this month to break the mainstream media's blackout of the murder trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell.

With the theme “Tweet like someone's life depends on it,” Campaign Life Coalition says the National March for Life Tweet-a-Thon can help change minds and hearts about abortion.


“Let's make it known to our Canadian lawmakers, the media, the whole country, that the abortion issue is NOT settled, and we won't stay silent until EVERY human being is protected,” says Golob. “Join the Facebook event's page TODAY and help spread the word by sharing the event on your own Facebook walls and groups!”

“Let's get #MarchForLife trending all day long!”

The Facebook event page is available here.

For more information on the 2013 Canadian National March for Life visit the Campaign Life Coalition website here


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