Family Day for all Albertans, a Video #abhc4ivf #abpoli

 

I stated why I personally support publicly funded fertility treatments, along with facts and statistics. But it’s more than numbers, it’s a lot more personal.

With Family Day coming up, it’s time to start thinking about those struggling with infertility in Alberta. And how it affects their family, their entire life.

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Not included in the video is stories from those that couldn’t afford the associated costs of IVF, those that will have a remarkably different ‘Family Day’ this year.

Imagine not having your family simply because you couldn’t afford the medical bill…

Change is needed, Alberta. Please sign the petition as noted in the video.

Other ways you can support:

Sharing is caring, and thinking of ALL Albertans this Family Day.

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I am proud to be apart of the Generations of Hope social media team, as I 100% support publicly funded IVF.
The opinions on this blog are my own.


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Comments

  1. Canada is supposed to have universal health care so I believe everyone should have access to fertility treatments…not just the rich!

  2. You don’t even want to get me started on Health Care and Fertility treatments here in America. I wish we would go to a universal healthcare system. Health Care and access to fertility should be available to all.

  3. This is such a great cause and something that really needs to be addressed!

  4. Tania Smith says:

    Thank you for posting this. I personally know people who want a family so bad but cannot afford the treatments. It breaks my heart.

  5. This is a powerful video. I am grateful to you for sharing it. It is such an important cause and I believe this will make Alberta stronger.

  6. Amanda Stanton says:

    It’s really unfortunate ‘anyone can have kids’ except some times the people who would be the best parents aren’t capable of conceiving :( I would love to see some changes in IVF in Canada.

  7. Tara Gauthier says:

    It is quite a sad thing when people simply can’t have kids because they can’t afford these treatments. So much they could give to a child and what a difference in their lives it would make.

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