Feature Section: CLC 2004 Voter's Guide
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Liberal MP Steckle a tireless defender of life
Intensely pro-life, pro-family Ontario Liberal MP and co-chair of Parliamentary Pro-Life Caucus has often stood almost alone against his party in his defending God's divine plan on various issues.
Progressive Canadian Party runs pro-lifer against Belinda
Rev. Dorian Baxter, aka "Elvis Priestly" and backed by former PC cabinet minister Sinclair Stephens, is running in the new riding of Newmarket-Aurora.
Thousands march on Parliament
National March for Life in Ottawa was the best yet - feature story and photos.
March for Life Youth conference draws diverse speakers, large crowd
The 225 participants to the CLCY Youth Conference following the March for Life were moved and motivated by the top notch speakers.
Pro-family, religious groups fear dissent from gay agenda now illegal
Passage of Bill C-250 by Senate, adding sexual orientation to hate law, causes great concern.
Scandal ended C-250 death hope
History of intensely opposed bill traced from beginning to end of its passage through Parliament and the Senate. Sponsorship scandal ended hopes that an earlier election call would cause the bill to die on the order paper.
Safe, legal and rare…oh my! - Mark Steyn
Mark ponders the bizarre Washington pro-abortion march and the birth dirth death spiral of western civilization. He concludes "without a cradle, it's hard to sustain a civilization".
Sexual orientation debated at UN
At March 15-April 23 Geneva session of UN Commission on Human Rights delegates call for access to abortion and special recognition of homosexuals to be officially considered human rights.
Quotas for homosexuals?
There will a gay quota for delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Boston
Scott Brockie saddled with debt
Christian printer who refused gay organization print job, in addition to his own huge legal defence expenses, ordered by court to pay legal costs of gay organization and Ontario Human Rights Commission, plus $5,000 fine.
Canadian federal health minister eases morning-after pill rules
Family advocates gather in Mexico
Report on the World Congress of Families III
On being pro-life
Winner of the Interim's 2004 Fr. Ted Colleton Scholarship writes that "pro-life is something I can be sure about that I never have to look back on with regret".
Counsellor saved many babies in her short time
Tina Arruda, a front-line counselor at Toronto's Aid to Women, died on Good Friday at the age of 38 after a battle with cancer. She was a humble, always joyful soul who was inspired by a strong Christian faith.