Conservative party members have voted in favour of policies that touch on abortion, euthanasia and labour rights on Saturday, hoping to influence the party's 2015 election platform.
The rank-and-file approved a motion condemning sex-selective abortion.
Earlier this year, a group of Conservative MP kept a similar controversial motion from reaching the Commons.
Delegates also approved a motion that the Conservative Party will not support any legislation to legalize euthanasia or assisted suicide.
Another resolution Tories debated requires federally regulated unions to report on their political and media donations, and on their activist campaigns.
It would also allow union members to withhold dues devoted to those activities.
Delegates also passed a resolution to entrench financial reporting at their biennial conventions.
It comes just days after Senator Mike Duffy revealed the party had paid a 13-thousand dollar legal bill while his expenses are being scrutinized.