Ontario abortion rates as reported by the Ontario Ministry of Long-Term Care are going up. Yet CIHI shows a decrease in Ontario abortion rates. So I’m not sure why CIHI keeps reporting Ontario numbers. In any event, since the MOHLTC’s numbers are based on doctor’s billing records, they intuitively should be more accurate.

You can see from the chart that overall, MOHLTC’s numbers went down for three years in a row (2014/2015 to 2017/2017), but then for the next three years (2017/2018 to 2019/2020), they went up.

This disturbing trend upwards is most likely due to the abortion pill which became legal in 2017. This is really bad news for Canadians, especially those still in the womb.

Previous recent posts on abortion statistics:

Ontario out of province abortions for 2017

Canadian abortion statistics: who does, and who does not, report medical abortions

Ontario abortion numbers 2017/2018 

UPDATE The facts about abortions statistics in Canada

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