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Voicing a pro-life message can sometimes require the courts
Voicing a pro-life message can sometimes require the courts
Posted on: December 20, 2012 @ 3:40am By: Oliver Capko
The recent censorship and discrimination faced by our pro-life student club at Kwantlen Polytechnic University in British Columbia was a challenging but important learning experience. It taught us and many others who followed the situation that all pro-life activists must stand up for their beliefs and the rights of the unborn, using all available tools – including legal ones.
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Gay teens will die, but who is to blame?
Gay teens will die, but who is to blame?
Posted on: October 7, 2012 @ 9:02am By: Jack Fonseca
Over the past year, Ontarians have been inundated with media allegations about an “epidemic” of gay teens being bullied in school and this is the reason why every high school, including Catholic ones, must have Gay-Straight Alliances. However, hard data did not support this claim, and in fact, legitimate studies show that the #1 cause of bullying in schools is body size/shape. The media also claimed, without any hard data whatsoever to back it, that there is an epidemic of same-sex attracted youth taking their lives as a result of the “homophobic bullying” supposedly rampant in schools. If one reads between the lines, those ultimately responsible for this gay suicide ‘epidemic’ are - wait for it – Christians, of course.
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The sign of a blessed private members motion
The sign of a blessed private members motion
Posted on: September 26, 2012 @ 12:38pm By: Jack Fonseca
You know how sometimes you see a funny coincidence and you wonder if it’s a sign from heaven? Well, today is the first day of the 40 Days For Life campaign. Is it a sign from heaven that Motion 312’s vote got scheduled on the same day as the opening of this campaign of prayer and fasting to end abortion?
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Now’s the time to unite behind Woodworth’s motion
Now’s the time to unite behind Woodworth’s motion
Posted on: August 30, 2012 @ 8:56am By: Patrick Craine
The date is set: On Sept. 26th Woodworth’s motion to reconsider the humanity of the unborn child faces a decisive vote. If it gets 50% of MPs behind it, then it moves to committee. If not then it dies.

So now’s the time for a final push to lobby our MPs, and get friends and family to do the same.
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Doctors put politics ahead of science
Doctors put politics ahead of science
Posted on: August 16, 2012 @ 11:49am By: Matt Wojciechowski
The Canadian Medical Association, an organization representing more than 76,000 Canadian physicians, recently re-affirmed their pro-abortion mantra at their annual council meeting on Wednesday, August 15th, 2012, in Yellowknife, N.W.T., by officially opposing MP Stephen Woodworth’s Motion 312
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An inconvenient science
Posted on: August 10, 2012 @ 8:13am By: Matt Wojciechowski
The Prime Minister wants science not politics to decide the fate of so-called controversial issues. And according to him, that’s the ONLY way of doing it. Well… only when it’s convenient.

Case in point: Motion 312.
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Gestational limits do not restrict abortions
Gestational limits do not restrict abortions
Posted on: July 13, 2012 @ 10:01am By: Mary Ellen Douglas
When asked if they would like to see gestational limits, six in ten respondents would support a ban on third-trimester abortions. However, pro-life groups in countries that take a time limit approach note from experience that it is very difficult to uphold the law because unscrupulous doctors and abortion-minded women can fudge the conception date and how far the pregnancy has proceeded.
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Federal Government supports the use of graphic images
Federal Government supports the use of graphic images
Posted on: June 22, 2012 @ 3:27am By: Matt Wojciechowski
On June 19th, 2012, the federal government reached another milestone in their fight against smoking by announcing that all cigarette packages must display the larger and more hard-hitting health warning messages. Let’s apply this same logic to the use of graphic images for showing people the truth about abortion.
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Why I’m an atheist who’s pro-life
Posted on: April 17, 2012 @ 7:49am By: Delroy Dyer
Of the changes that I have made in my life, two stand out. I used to be a regular church going Pentecostal. Every Sunday morning I could be found in the church. I also used to believe that abortion was a woman’s decision, and nobody else’s. Today, I am writing from the perspective of a pro-life atheist.
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Why pro-abortion politicians are Science-Deniers
Posted on: April 16, 2012 @ 8:32am By: Jack Fonseca
I remember when I was about 7 years old, and didn’t want to hear what my older brother was telling me. I’d try blocking him out, with a finger in each ear chanting: “Nah, nah, na-na-nah. I can’t hear you!”... Many Canadian politicians today are using the same childish tactic in order to carry on with ignorant attitudes about abortion, even to the point of denying science.
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