The same-sex ‘marriage’ vote:
Did Harper really want to win it or was he playing politics?
Paul Tuns critiques the motion to re-open the marriage issue, examining the various takes MPs have presented, showing once again that this is not a closed issue.
Little good news in Dion's winning of the Liberal leadership
Although information is sparse, Dion supports same-sex marriage and abortion on demand, showing no sign of sympathy for the pro-life movement.
New Brunswick won't be further coerced into funding abortions
Although a political hot button in Atlantic Canada for sometime, the public funding of private abortion clinics in NB is no longer a "priority" issue.
Prostitutes’ group suing federal government
Leftist 'sex-trade worker' group claim legitimacy in challenging Canada's solicitation laws on constitutional grounds, hoping for the eventual decriminalization of prostitution.
A supposed bastion of free thought suppresses it
Some appear more equal than others, as university students union fails to represent all of its students, adopting a solely pro-choice ethos.
Universities clueless as to the essence of choice
Freedom separated from knowledge seems the burgeoning status quo, as many Canadian universities follow a path which essentially eliminates a pro-life perspective on campuses.
Gays as pawns in the culture war
FCP leader Giuseppe Gori comments on the insidious use of the gay-agenda in a larger socialist and anti-religious plot by duplicitous government officials.
The truth of how IVF harms children is beginning to emerge
Emotional issues added to the already well-documented medical problems resulting from the offspring of in-vitro fertilization
Fake pro-abortion ‘charities’ being scrutinized
Investigative work by Thomas Bray into the political activities of various pro-choice groups puts their charitable status in serious jeopardy.
Irish lesbians’ Canadian ‘marriage’ not recognized by Dublin court
'Couple's' argument rejected in court, after claims that the Irish Revenue Commissioners had violated their constitutional rights by refusing to assess them for taxes as a 'married couple'
Kevorkian to be released from jail
After promising not to assist in any more suicides, 'Dr Death' is set for parole in June
Vancouver event marks new beginning
Conference 'Healing the Culture: A New Beginning' builds positive momentum for the many pressing issues facing the pro-life movement of today.
Pro-life cause advancing in the educational field
Interest in pro-life supplements and scholarships soar as the pro-life message enters into more places of learing.
Woman on TV program details her abortion
The tragic first-hand account of the trauma surrounding a late-term abortion, overseer under criminal investigation.
Student fairs demonstrate loving message of pro-life
A new 'positive' take on student pro-life activism: moms, babies, and community support..
Families to benefit from income splitting
Flahery's new tax break helps Canadian families, especially women.
The sad story of ‘Tiny Tim’
The story of a disturbed mother and an abondoned child stirs U.S. policitians, bringing to light the reality of post-abortion syndrome and its affects on many suffering women.
Marguerite Bourgeoys helps couples conceive ethically
Originating in Nebraska, the 'Creighton' model continues to help those having trouble conceiving, one miracle at a time.
Dark side of Conservative party exposed
Tony Gosgnach reviews Larry Spencer's 'Sacrificed? Truth or Politics', pointing out that although politices and truth appear at times to be mutually exclusive, there are still men and women of conscience, morality, and integrity in the government.
Malcolm Muggeridge: a sparkling soul
Michael Coren recalls the agile mind, sharp wit, and steadfast dedication to the pro-life movement of Malcolm Muggeridge
A leader in the biblical tradition
Bringing together the March for Life with Biblical tradition, Rabbi Levin's blowing of the 'shofar' gathers all under one mission.
P.E.I. to legalize Sunday Shopping
It appears that P.E.I. will follow in Nova Scotia's footsteps, putting pressure on the faithful and workers alike.
A rare, bright media light goes out
The Interim remembers Larry Henderson for his vital pro-life work, as he passed away at 89 in London, Ontario.
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