Media bias in 2004 election
Quotes from the 2004 campaign
Same-sex 'marriage' debated during 2004 federal election
Pro-abortion, anti-Harper website found to have Liberal ties
Child pornography politics
By raising child porn issue during leaders' debate Stephen Harper tried to equate two Liberal sacred cows with something revolting and indefensible.
Harper to fight judicial activism
Conservative leader Stephen Harper's alternative approach to the judiciary would narrow the activist role of judges and emphasize the lawmaking role of parliament.
Reagan a model of pro-life leadership
Not in his name
Pro-lifers say it would be wrong to promote embryo research as Reagan legacy
Bush appoints pro-lifer to UN
Corporate Watch Update - July 2004
This month reveals lots of good news coming out of corporate world.
Canadian Anglicans call gay sex sacred
Obstacles stand in way of kiddie porn clampdown
Absolutely no will on the part of Internet service providers to stop child prom from going through their systems says police detective with Toronto sex crimes unit.
Youth say, 'Stop aborting our generation' - Richard John Neuhaus
Opposition to abortion is growing dramatically among young people.
The hand of hope - Donald Demarco
Astonishing photo of tiny Samuel Alexander's hand reaching out of his mother's womb during in utero surgery put back into focus the life of the living unborn.
Let off easy for assault against pro-lifer
Unprovoked assault that left Vancouver pro-lifer bruised and with a bleeding nose punished with only 15 hours of community service and a letter of apology.
Abortion linked to later substance abuse
Suicide rates on rise for elderly Canadians
Raises concerns that assisted suicide will be legalized
Pro-aborts a dying breed?
Dr. Brian Clowes, director of the Pro-Life/Pro-Family Institute at Human Life International, visited Ontario recently. He noted the aging and declining demographics of pro-abortionists.
British are aborting 'deformed' babies at alarming rates
Irish pro-life stalwart Dana Rosemary Scallon narrowly loses EU seat
A fond farewell to the U.S. right-to-life movement
Canadian gets set to return to his homeland after several years in the U.S. where he acquired an appreciation for the generosity and strong spirit of pro-life Americans.
Oshawa Catholic school board ready to fight for freedom of religion
Shroud of Turin exhibit in Ontario this summer
Scientists waste no time destroying embryos for research
Canadian government found to be funding radical homosexual activist organizations
Fate of 'Terri's law' to be decided by Florida Supreme Court
Rape and incest victims call for hearings on abortion
Say women who become pregnant from sexual assault don't want or need abortions
STD explosion in Toronto's homosexual community
Interim readers' generosity shines on family
Pro-lifer, Harold Mitchell did everything