Articles from April, 2009

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Revolutionary Road a dull, moralizing film about the ‘50s

Rick McGinnis reviews Sam Mendes’ ‘Revolutionary Road’, which offers typical Hollywood fare on the 1950s. (Continue reading)

Pope’s writings inspire concept album

Critical Mass’ new album ‘Body language’ seeks to curb the pop culture attitudes of young people when it comes to love, sex and communion. (Continue reading)

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Thoughts on coping with miscarriage

Part two of a piece offering advice to those suffering in the aftermath of a miscarriage. (Continue reading)

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A scene 11 months later

A stage monologue about regret, as a university student recalls her initial support of a friend’s abortion. (Continue reading)

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Raising profile a priority for new CHP leader

Christian Heritage Party leader Jim Hnatiuk seeks to address the visibility issues of his political party. (Continue reading)

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Nurses for Life leader passing on the torch

The search for a new leader, as Mary-Lynn McPherson steps down from her position as co-coordinator of Canadian Nurses for Life. (Continue reading)

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Quebec couple sues hospital for not euthanizing disabled newborn

A Quebec couple has launched a $3.5-million lawsuit against Montreal Children's Hospital for allegedly putting their infant daughter back on artificial food and hydration without their approval. Marie-Eve Laurendeau gave birth to Phebe Mantha at LaSalle Hospital in November 2007. After a difficult delivery, Phebe was transferred to Montreal Children's Hospital in serious condition and put on life support. According to the lawsuit, Laurendeau and Phebe's father, Stephane Mantha, were told by doctors that their daughter had little chance for survival ... (Continue reading)

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John Tory’s ‘strengths’

Frank Kennedy muses about the former Ontario PC leader. (Continue reading)

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Assisted suicide and the internet

Alex Schadenberg discusses online suicide counseling and websites, after a depressed Carleton U student was given internet ‘advice’ by a nurse from Minnesota to take her own life. (Continue reading)

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U.S. prepares to fund UNFPA

As anti-life lobbying continues at the UN, American funds denied to the UNFPA during the Bush administration will soon be released. (Continue reading)

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Morality is universal

Michael Coren says that without objective morality, organized society is impossible. (Continue reading)

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News in Briefs

CLC launches pro-life petition TORONTO - Campaign Life Coalition launched a petition calling for the decriminalization of abortion. It reads, in part: "Whereas it has been 40 years since May 14, 1969 when Parliament changed the law to permit abortion and since January 28, 1988 Canada has had no law to protect the lives of unborn children. Therefore, your petitioners call upon Parliament to pass legislation for the protection of human life from the time of conception (fertilization) until ... (Continue reading)

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A vast wasteland

Culture and entertainment columnist Rick McGinnis stresses the need for a critical wherewithal when it comes to governing how and where our children spend their time in the technological age. (Continue reading)

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Obama’s stem cell policy

National Affairs correspondent Rory Leishman points out yet another shocking disregard for human life on the part of the Obama administration. (Continue reading)

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Canada’s New Keynesian Government

Canada’s New Keynesian Government

Paul Tuns points out that ‘pragmatist’ moderates end up disappointing both fiscal and social conservatives. (Continue reading)

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