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Believe it or not, abortive women are getting EI benefits - Interim editor Paul Tuns discusses a breaking story from The Canadian Taxpayers Federation, which reveals that women who have had abortions are eligible for employment insurance.
Only half of the issue addressed at U of T’s abortion symposium - Theresa Matters reports on the recent abortion symposium held at the University of Toronto, and the hypocrisy espoused by many of the speakers, including among them Carolyn Bennett and Henry Morgentaler himself.
Battle over HRCs takes a unique twist
- Paul Tuns reviews Liberal MP Keith Martin’s motion to curb the power of HRC’s
Harper suffering from a bad case of amnesia
(Gerry Nicholls) - It appears that the Conservative government is more concerned with winning votes and support than espousing ‘conservative’ values and principles.
No murder charge laid in death of unborn child
John-Henry Westen discusses the brutal attack of a pregnant woman by her boyfriend resulting in the child’s death, reminding Canadians of the need for an unborn victim’s of crime act.
An abortionist, an environmentalist and Toronto’s trash Paul Tuns reviews infamous work, from abortionist Garson Romalis to David Suzuki.
Child pornography betrays society’s claim to care for children -
Michael Coren traces the cultural and moral degeneration which inevitably leads to our current disregard for the value of children.
Some media take notice of abortion issue - Natalie Hudson reports on the recent coverage of the topic which Canadians don’t like to talk about, surrounding the 20th anniversary of the infamous Morgentaler decision.
Status of Women funding reaches record levels under Conservatives -
(Hilary White) A look at the staggering $29.9 million dollar budget given to an outdated, ideologically-driven, anti-family feminist department under ‘conservative’ leadership.
Aid to Women celebrates - (Tony Gosgnach)
A celebration commemorating the life-saving work of those involved with Toronto’s Aid to Woman, over two decades after its founding.
Bella set to make Canadian debut
(Theresa Matters and Tony Gosgnach)
The crack of dawn
- Donald DeMarco welcomes springtime, and with it baseball, with a whimsical look at the game.
The Interim's message to readers on their 25th anniversary
LA Times exposes abortion malpractice
(Paul Tuns) Medical malpractice and sexual abuse revealed in Southern Californian abortuaries, forcing us to ask what else occurs at these facilities.
Father-and-son team took it to the streets in the 1980s
Pete Vere discusses the inspirational work of Dan and John McCash, who for decades have been heavily involved in the pro-life movement.
More repression of campus groups - NCLN director Theresa Matters discusses the unfair treatment of pro-life clubs on campuses across the nation, calling for new strategies in fighting for their freedoms
Two new campus clubs established
- Despite recent attacks on campus pro-life groups, there is a great deal of hope as many persevere
Sidewalk counselling at Aid to Women
Judge rules Winnipeg man, 84, is entitled to life-sustaining care
(Steve Jalsevac) - Although an injunction was upheld in the Manitoba case of Samuel Golubchuk, much more action is needed to prevent further cases which could lead to euthanasia by ‘omission on demand’.