If you have answered, “YES!”, then the Toronto Pro-life Crash Course is for you! In partnership with the Canadian Centre for Bio-ethical Reform (CCBR), the Pro-life Crash Course is a great summer opportunity to get equipped and become an effective pro-life activist.
This high calibre pro-life training includes talks on apologetics, strategy, campus strategy, the culture war, and the pastoral and political arms of the pro-life movement. The Crash Course will feature speakers from CCBR, Toronto Right to Life, and other organizations, such as:
Perfect for activists of any experience level, the Crash Course will contain both beginner and advanced streams, as well as special sessions for students on campus strategy.
This three-day course will not only cover much of the conversation skills and training offered during CCBR’s summer internship programs, but will also provide real activism experience on the front lines of the pro-life movement. You will join CCBR and TRTL staff, summer interns and volunteers on the streets of the Greater Toronto Area and expose the truth of abortion.
Here’s what one past attendee said about how the Crash Course impacted him:
“…I joined with absolutely no experience talking to people about abortion, and in a few short days I saw many people change their minds after short conversations. And best of all, two parents who had abortions scheduled for their children changed their minds and their babies were saved! I would recommend the Crash Course to anyone, experienced or not, who wants to defend pre-born children from the cold and destructive procedure of abortion.”
If you want to #endthekilling in Canada, consider attending the Toronto Pro-Life Crash Course this summer!
Anyone who wants to learn how to be an effective and compassionate pro-life activist.
Beginner and Advanced streams are available.
Early Bird (until June 30th):
Regular (after July 15th):
Thurs, August 12th:
12:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Fri, August 13th:
9:00 AM – 8:30 PM (dinner provided)
Sat, August 14th:
9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Attendees are responsible for their own lodging and meals (with the exception of Friday’s dinner, which is provided).