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VANCOUVER, Oct 30 (LSN.ca) – The pro-life GAP display which took place Wednesday at the University of British Columbia went extremely well according to BC pro-life leaders. Ted Gerk of the BC Pro-life Resource Centre told LifeSite that police officers and university security prevented opponents from shielding the pro-life display with bed sheets. Stephanie Gray, of UBC’s pro-life group Lifeline said that the display, which features large posters of aborted babies and compares them to images of victims of the Nazi holocaust, attracted much attention and fruitful debate.

Gray said over 400 pamphlets were handed out and they had “great discussions” with students. Pro-abortion protesters unsuccessfully attempted to disrupt the event with noisy chants.

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