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Freedom of Canadians on trial in his HRC case, says Ezra Levant - Ezra Levant stands firm in defending the freedom of expression in the face of those who wish to silence not only he, but all Canadians in the shadow of HRC’s.
Debate begins over unborn victims of crime bill - (Paul Tuns)
Paul Tuns discusses Ken Epp’s much needed Bill C-484 in the light of recent tragedies.
‘Ethical’ stem cell discovery found to be not so ethical after all
Supposed ethical stem cell research uses aborted fetal tissue, making us question how much of a ‘moral victory’ it really is.
U.S. primaries show conservative Christians are still a powerful force in American politics - Analysis Paul Tuns
The US primaries reveal that while the Democrats have given themselves over to pro-abortion advocates, pro-lifers are still a strong force within the Republican party.
Cancer society admits oral contraceptive-breast cancer link
Natalie Hudson - West Coast correspondent Natalie Hudson discusses the 2007 Annual Stats report from the Canadian Cancer Society, where the contraceptive-breast cancer link is finally acknowledged.
A new website by women for women - Cyril Doll - The brainchild of Andrea Mrozek, ‘prowomanprolife.com’ provides unique coverage of various life-issues, filling in a cultural gap in the fight for the rights of the unborn.
Can real science survive in a post-Christian world
Donald DeMarco discusses the importance of the common aims of both science and Christianity, namely, the advocacy of truth.
Government nixes Sunday voting idea -
In a special to the Interim, Ray Pennings of the Work Research Foundation takes a close look at the impact of holding advanced polling on Sunday, both statistically and ideologically.
Hospital fights for the right to terminate man’s care -
(Alex Schadenberg) Alex Schadenberg reviews a shocking case in Manitoba, where the family of an orthodox Jewish man have fought for an injunction against a hospital who wish to remove a respirator, fluids and food from him.
Turning the tables: it’s not discrimination when campus pro-life groups are denied their rights, say HRCs - (Hilary White)
The failings of pro-life campus groups attempting to use Canada’s HRCs to defend their rights are examined, as these commissions have nothing to do with human rights, but only ‘politically correct speech’.
Lakehead becomes latest school to discriminate against pro-life
(Theresa Matters) Youth Issues Correspondent Theresa Matters addresses the most recent attack against pro-life university students in Canada, not only denying equality, but setting a dangerous precedent for other campuses.
Alex Schadenberg named chair of global anti-euthanasia group
(Interim Staff) - Resulting from a strategy session held just before the recent euthanasia symposium, an international leadership team against euthanasia has been formed with Euthanasia Prevention Coalition director Alex Schadenberg as its chair.
Significant victory for conscientious objection as nurse wins case
(Hilary White) The Saskatchewan ruling in the Bill Whatcott case as unconstitutional serves as an example to all those bullied by their professional organizations to continue to fight for the rights of the unborn despite official protocol.
U.S. abortion levels lowest in three decades
Oswald Clark Oswald Clark reveals that although abortion numbers are still astoundingly high in the United States, they are moving in the right direction.
Teen students subjected to pill and vaccine pushers
The Women’s Health Expo peddles mature sexual messages to young girls.
Miracles still happen
A strong reminder of both the potential miracle and tragedy in every mother’s womb.
The truth on post-abortion health
- (Tony Gosgnach)
A doctor calls attention to the need for an educational campaign as well as lobbying and studies with regards to the aftermath of abortion and its effects on women.
Patrick Hanlon - Newfoundland’s young pro-life leader
(Pete Vere) -
At 25, Newfoundland’s president of the Right to Life Association continues to fight for the rights of the unborn despite media persecution.
Pro-life group calls for more education about abortion
A BC Pro Life press release regarding the harmful consequences experienced by post-abortive women, and a call for education and action on the part of those who are able to make a difference.
The Kite Runner teaches friendship, atonement
Royal Hamel reviews ‘The Kite Runner’, a film wrought with the realities of sin and division, as well as the mercy which saves.
Juno meets teens where they’re at
- (Jonathan Castellino)
Meeting today’s youth where they sit, the hit film ‘Juno’ tells the tale of a teenage expecting-mother’s life, and all of the ‘bumps’ along the way.
A sobering look at the ‘gay’ subculture
- Tony Gosgnach reviews Dawn Stefanowicz’ “out from under”, which tells the tale of a girl growing up with a homosexual father.
Scientific fact or ideology in the name of science?
Frank Monozlai reviews “Darwin Day in America”, a piece which analyzes the use of evolution to rationalize a secular, materialist ideology which dehumanizes the individual.
March for Life in Washington
On the 30th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, an estimated 225,000 pro-lifers marched in the US capital, and were addressed by the president.
Chinese couple seek justice over forced abortion
- A woman launches a civil suit against red China after authorities forcibly aborted her 9-month unborn child.