LifeCollective Press Release

LifeCanada is proud to announce the launch of a major web platform to unite the Right to Life movement.

[Ottawa, ON] LifeCanada is set to launch its major project, the LifeCollective.io, which will unify and empower the Right to Life movement in Canada. The LifeCollective.io is an unprecedented effort to pool the movement’s many resources, both human and material, to better influence a shift in Canadian culture towards valuing human life.


Nova Scotians United for Life, an educational pro-life group in Nova Scotia since 1971, is delighted to be a member of LifeCollective.io and welcomes you to view our informative, compassionate pro-life articles which we will continue to provide via this platform. Among the articles posted will be those on “Project Rachel” post-abortion healing, the “I Believe in God” series that addresses Assisted Suicide, Information on Miscarriage and Grieving, Fertility contacts, and more.

You may also check out our ‘get involved’ page, our patroness, and up-coming events.

LifeCanada says that never has a project been so vast in its vision, ambitious in its scope, and impossible without the concerted assistance of LifeCanada’s member groups who have cooperated in this national endeavour.

Groups hosted on the LifeCollective.io will be able to communicate and share material through a private member-only forum, while maintaining a unique, individualized web-presence. To their communities, it will appear as if each group has its own website.

The advantage of this project will be in its ability to provide state of the art technology, with on-going technological support, at a fraction of the cost. By pooling minimal resources of LifeCanada’s member organizations across Canada, the LifeCollective.io will have a substantial impact on the ability of Right to Life groups to communicate the pro-life message, reach their target audience and change hearts and minds.

To find out more go to www.lifecollective.io For media questions please contact Natalie Sonnen at [email protected] or call 604-442-4867.