I certainly didn't. But it's true - PEI's abortion laws are horribly behind the times.
Fact is, I doubt it's ever mattered too much to any Islander, given that it's a trip across the Confederation Bridge and you'll be in a province that does (nearest clinics are in Fredericton and Halifax, I gather), plus the province does accept that is has to fund the procedure. So if you're a woman who did need an abortion performed and you lived on the Island, I suppose it's an inconvenience (and a little stupid) but there's no PEI thought-police out to stop you from crossing the border.
Even so it's about time that the PEI government and Liberal Premier Robert Ghiz updated these laws to reflect modern society and Canada's progressive values - controversial or not (do you really want to be supported by LifeSite? Really?). Maybe it's not going to change a lot, but it's the principle of the thing.
So, if you're a progressive and pro-choice and out in PEI or nearby any time soon, help these people get the Ghiz government to change the law. No need for the Island to be stuck in the past.