May 30, 2022
Richard Dal Monte, University of Victoria News
Many Canadians take contraception and reproductive rights for granted. Contraceptives are widely available at drug stores and supermarkets, and abortion has been legal since 1988.
But are reproductive services and medical procedures equally accessible to all residents of Canada?
A team of University of Victoria researchers reports that while the issue is complicated, Indigenous Peoples are disproportionately subject to inequitable access.