"I may be wrong but I think most prolife groups in Canada supported Bill C-510."
I replied to her comment with this:
This link shows how numerous pro-lifers opposed the bill. One in particular is Geoff Cauchi, who as this article says, is an adviser to Campaign Life Coalition (CLC). Cauchi is also president of Alliance for Life Ontario (AFLO) and AFLO never came out in support of the bill. This article also says that "Hughes said CLC cannot support a bill that acknowledges abortion as a permissible option for Canadian women":
CLC later said that CLC recommended MPs vote for C-510, but that CLC wanted to amend the wording of the Bill when it went to committee. In other words, they did not support the bill as it was written. They wanted it to go to committee so it could be changed to their liking. And how realistic would that be, given how many pro-abortion MPs we have in Canada? See this link:
See these two articles by Cauchi as well, they are long, but leave no doubt that Cauchi did not support Bill-C510:
I can only conclude from all of this, that there really wasn't the necessary support--at least not from the "political arm of the pro-life movement"--that would have helped the bill to pass. Given the pro-abortion opposition we face, it takes a lot more enthusiastic and active support than this to have any chance of success.
The following groups did campaign proactively in support of c-510:
Priests For Life Canada,
Association for Reformed Political Action (ARPA) Canada,
Evangelical Fellowship of Canada,
And yes you are correct, the Bill was defeated in the House of Commons. Canada still has no legal restrictions on abortion.