CBC Newsworld's Don Newman also did a credible job showcasing the issue. Other than that, I haven't come across any other reports.
It would appear that this debate continues to be regarded as some kind of political leprosy:
As Cabinet members arrived on the Hill, most avoided the rally. Some Liberal and Conservative MPs were seen going out of their way to walk away from the protest as they headed toward Centre Block. Abortion did not get a mention during Question Period and was overshadowed by other news.
Given the current climate of taboo surrounding the mere discussion of the topic, I feel it is worth applauding the handful of Conservative and Liberal MPs who actually did attend the rally. They are the kind of politicians that I admire. It takes great courage to stand up for what you believe in despite the fact that doing so may be a career-limiting choice.
Therefore, let's give some recognition to the following:
Conservatives - Jeff Watson, Myron Thompson, Dave Anderson, Mark Warawa, Dean Del Mastro, James Lunney, Kevin Sorenson, Cheryl Gallant, Harold Albrecht, Maurice Vellacott and Bev Shipley.
Liberals - Paul Steckle and Paul Szabo.
If these good people are representing you in Ottawa, please take the time to thank them for showing their support, and for putting their principles ahead of ambition.
Integrity seems to be a rare commodity in politics these days.