Join the next internationally coordinated campaign to save lives, this coming Falll from September 24 - Nov 2, 2014!
This fall there will be hundreds of communities in North America, including many Canadian cities, simultaneously hosting a 40 Days For Life campaign from September 24 - November 2, 2014.
These campaigns produce tremendous fruits. In many Canadian cities, dozens of babies have been saved from lethal abortion. If you wish to join the next 40 Days For Life in your city, please contact your local campaign coordinator (below) and find out how you can sign up as a vigil volunteer.
Please consider becoming a prayer volunteer by donating at least 1 hour of prayer and fasting in front of the local abortion facility. Click on the city links below and register online for the vigil schedule in your city.
If you are interested in coordinating a campaign in your local area go here for guidelines and tips on what to do to get started.
Campaign Life Coalition would be happy to assist you along the way.
The 12 Canadian cities below participated in the previous 40 Days for Life campaign by holding prayer vigils in the Spring/Winter of 2014
Campbell River - Campbell River Hospital, 375 2nd Avenue, Campbell River, BC
Prince George - University Hospital, 1475 Edmonton Street, Prince George, BC
Terrace - Mills Memorial Hospital, 4720 Haugland Avenue, Terrace, BC
Vancouver - Women's Hospital, 4500 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC
Victoria - Vancouver Island Womens Clinic, #104-284 Helmcken rd., Victoria B.C.
Guelph - Guelph General Hospital. 115 Delhi Street, Guelph, ON
Oakville - Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, 327 Reynolds Street, Oakville, ON
Windsor - Windsor Regional Hospital, 1995 Lens Avenue, Windsor, ON
Montreal – Park Lahaie, Morgentaler Abortion Clinic, 30 St. Joseph Blvd E., Montreal, QC
The following Canadian cities participated in the campaign with limited vigil hours:
The following cities did not have enough prayer volunteers to conduct a 40 Days For Life vigil for the minimum requirement of at least 8 hours/day, but still participated once a week or an hour per day in this worldwide effort to storm heaven with prayer, asking God to reach down into our world and end abortion:
Saskatoon, SK: Saskatoon City Hospital (Monday-Friday 10:00-11:00am and Monday-Sunday from 4:30-5:30pm)
Regina, SK: Regina General Hospital (Every day from 4:00-5:00pm)
For more information on the Saskatchewan locations, please call 306-249-2764 or email email@example.com
Around the world: the most recent Winter/Spring 2014 campaign!
- 253 locations in 12 countries on 4 different continents
- 5 Canadian provinces - 13 cities including Whitehorse, Yukon, the second most northern campaign in the world (after Anchorage, Alaska)
What is 40 Days For Life™
40 Days for Life is a focused pro-life effort that consists of:
- 40 days of prayer and fasting for an end of abortion
- 40 days of peaceful vigil
- 40 days of community outreach
Throughout biblical history, God has used a 40 day challange to transform his people.
Watch this video for an overview.
The fruits of 40 Days For Life and its history in Canada
After witnessing tremendous success by the 40 Days For Life program in the United States, Campaign Life Coalition brought it into Canada for the first time in 2007, holding our nation's first 40 day vigils in Ottawa, ON and Halifax, NS. Since then, CLC and other pro-life groups have organized 40 Days For Life campaigns more than 20 cities across Canada. Some cities run the campaign twice a year (Spring & Fall). Other cities run them only once annually.
Since 2007, 3039 individual campaigns have taken place in 539 cities across the world and 625,000 people have joined together in this historic display of unity, prayer and fasting for an end to abortion.
40 Days For Life has succeeded in shutting down 54 abortion facilities, and has documented saving at least 8,973 babies. In addition to the babies, 101 abortion workers have quit their jobs and walked away from the abortion industry and thousands of women have been spared the suffering and trauma that comes with the decision to abort one's own child.