Yesterday, thousands of people gathered at the Edmonton legislature as part of the annual March for Life.
The pro-life event coincided with other marches in cities across the country, including the first ever in Toronto. For 22 years, the March for Life has marked the anniversary of the decriminalization of abortion in Canada.
It's been a tough 4 years for the pro-life movement in Alberta. Rachel Notley's NDP passed restrictions on their right to protest last spring and Justin Trudeau's Liberals denied pro-lifers access to summer jobs grant funding unless they signed a pro-choice values attestation.
But they remain undeterred.
The crowd in Alberta's capital was overwhelming young and overwhelmingly female, a stark contrast to the way the movement is portrayed in the mainstream media who, yesterday, seemed far more interested in talking to the 20 or so pentagram-brandishing Antifa counter-protesters and their NDP MLA supporters.
I was there, to talk to the pro-life movement and I asked them why they March and what they think the future brings, now that the NDP are out of power.