OTTAWA – The federal government now faces five federal court legal challenges by private businesses against the Canada Summer Jobs pro-abortion attestation requirement.

Three Alberta companies — Remuda Building Ltd. from the Calgary area, Edmonton-based Saturn Machine Works Ltd. and Lethbridge-based Vantage Trailer Sales Inc. — filed applications July 5 for judicial review after they were denied federal grants because they refused to sign an application that included the controversial pro-abortion provision. The previous day, Ottawa small business WoodSource announced its application. 
The four companies joined Sarnia Concrete, a Windsor, Ont., cement company that in June launched the first court challenge of the

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