Charter of Rights and Freedoms
The truth about 'deadbeat dads'
Ontario has become the second Canadian province to launch a child support enforcement website. Theresa Smyth reports on the complaints of fathers' rights advocates, who question both its efficacy and its underlying ideology.
UN women's meeting ignores sex-selection abortions
Despite assurances from delegations such as that from the E.U., the issue of prenatal sex-selection was largely ingnored within the final text; reports Samantha Singson, International Affairs Correspondent
Saskatchewan nurse gets help from unexpected quarters
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association unexpectedly entered a battle for freedom of speech on the abortion issue.
New Brunswick conscience bill defeated
- MLA David Alward's bill was intended to prevent clergy and marriage commissioners from being prosecuted for declining sam-sex "marriages".
The most important human rights violation
This is one of three co-winning essays for 2007 Father Ted Colleton Scholarship Award. Derek Remus lives in Coaldale, Alberta, and is home-schooled.
Rhetoric without reason
Donald DeMarco looks at the fact that the same rhetorical statement which works in one instance, but not in another, is a strong indication that people are not thinking very deeply.
Crisis pregnancy centres
make the front page
For once, it is the popular media that is “showing the truth” about the humanity of the unborn child.
Pro-life women present university
with true intellectual diversity
Rebecca Kiessling and Angelina Steenstra are examples of a new kind of feminism: an affirming vision for women that refuse easy compromises with today's culture..
Doris Anderson dies at 85
Ardent feminist who campaigned for women's rights; a virulent agitator in favour of abortion.
Ellen Chesal: secretary for
Nova Scotia’s unborn
Pro-life activists across Nova Scotia are familiar with the friendly smile of Ellen Chesal, who left work at a medical practice 10 years ago for pro-life involvement.
Zachary brings joy to all who know him
The family of a young down syndrome boy say he provides them with mirth and pleasure in ways more "normal" persons couldn't.
Quebec goes all out in
John Henry Westen discusses a report issued at the behest of the provincial goverment of Quebec that threatens freedom of religion and freedom of speech regarding the immorality and dangers of the homosexual lifestyle.
France continues to hold the
line against gay ‘marriage’
Students protest at Halifax
pro-abortion medical gathering
A group of young protesters gather outside a "prochoice" medical conference. The future of the pro-life movement.
No room for dissent in U.K.'s 'Equality Act'
The other side of Marshall McLuhan
A new documentary explores an aspect of Marshall McLuhan's life that is not well known: his devout adherence to Catholicism.
- A book by a campus psychiatrist who upbraids her profession for ignoring risky behaviour. In this book she reveals how political correctness in her profession endangers every student.
Miracles do indeed happen today
After reading this book, one realizes how importand Aid to Woman really is, for it is saving babies every week.
The FDA: not working in the interests of the public
Catholic radio expands scope
A Toronto faith-based radio station has had its application approved.
Lessons to be learned in Wilberforce story
The impetus for the abolitionist movement was Christian faith, animated by the grace of salvation and prayer.