Yes I have read Motion 312, numerous times in fact. Sure the definition of life is 400 years old, but the Supreme Court of Canada has made its stance as early as 1999 in the case of Dobson v. Dobson. Stating that a woman and her fetus are considered "one being".
And if you want to take the medical stand point okay fine. For arguments sake lets say this bill gets passed and declares that humans are considered human after 20 weeks in the womb. So a 20 week old baby has the same rights as you in me. Well, what happens 30 years from now when medical technology is more advanced than it is today. Let's say, medical technology allows for us to take out a 4 week old baby out of the womb and raise it to a fully functional child. Where does it stop? With the medical stance, one day science can grow complete human beings in a lab. So when we advance our technology that much, are we going to change the definition of the bill to embryos being complete humans with the same rights? So now, abortion would become criminalized because an embryo is now considered a human with full rights and abortion would be First degree murder.
THAT is why having something like this pass is a dangerous slope. Because once you get one foot in the door, you will keep going until you have full control. And I for one, do not want the State in MY uterus thank you very much.
Let's remove all the warning labels and let the problem sort itself out