More about Alberta's Benefit for Life 2017 banquet

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Introducing the speakers at the 5th Annual Alberta's Benefit for Life banquet:


Kianna Owen, Stephanie Fennelly, and Irene Agnew!

Our guest speakers have incredible firsthand pro-life experience, and they will cover the raw facts of the issue, the new statistics, the true harm, and the strategies that will create change. 



Alberta's Benefit for Life is the annual fundraising banquet for The Wilberforce Project's, Alberta's provincial pro-life group using education, public awareness and political action to create a groundswell of change.  The team at The Wilberforce Project offers free pro-life presentations and resources, as well as political training.  They are dedicated to engaging and uniting the pro-life movement to propel a cultural and political shift necessary to protect life.   

The banquet will be held April 22, 2017 at the Kingsway Ramada Hotel 11834 Kingsway NW, Edmonton, AB T5G 3J5.  
The evening will begin at 5:00pm with registration and cocktails.  The program begins at 5:30 pm with dinner being served soon after.  

Tickets are FREE but space is limited and seats are going faster than any other year.  RSVP today to ensure your spot.

A detailed program will be published closer to the event.

RSVP for the event → 


Staying at the Ramada:

Registrants who would like to stay at the Ramada will have a discounted room rate of $109.00 which includes breakfast and is based on double occupancy.  The discount code and hotel information will be included in the reply email once you have registered.    


Learn More:

To learn more about Alberta Pro-Life / The Wilberforce Project, please visit our website click here.

We are Alberta's only provincial pro-life organization.  Using education, public awareness and political engagement we are dedicated to defending the right to life.  

Originally named Alberta Pro-Life, we adopted the name The Wilberforce Project in 2012 in honour of William Wilberforce who fought to defend the human rights injustice of his time, slavery.






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