Articles from September, 2015

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Voters Guide of Pro-life Candidates

This list only includes candidates from the Conservative Party of Canada (CPC), Independents and the Christian Heritage Party. There are no supportable pro-life and pro-family candidates running for the Liberals or NDP parties, who require ALL candidates to support abortion-on-demand. See list HERE (Continue reading)

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Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events

September 28 - November 6 th - 40 Days for Life click HERE September 23 - November 1st - 40 Days for Life click HERE Scott Hayward, Mahika Perera, ... (Continue reading)

Ontario government stacks panel to devise end-of-life law

The Ontario Government is spearheading its own “expert panel” on euthanasia and assisted suicide in conjunction with many provinces and territories. The panel has set-up an online survey with skewed questions, nonetheless EPC is urging people to complete the survey. The Provincial-Territorial Expert Advisory Group features a stacked deck with: co-chair, Maureen Taylor, (the widow of Dr Donald Low who demanded the legalization of assisted dying in a video that was released after his death) who describes herself, on Twitter, as an ... (Continue reading)

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Wynne’s sex-ed is indoctrination not science: psychiatrist

Wynne’s sex-ed is indoctrination not science: psychiatrist

Miriam Grossman addressed 800 concerned parents in Mississauga, August 18th, 2015. An American psychiatrist who has spoken and written extensively on sex-ed says the Ontario Liberal government’s sex-ed curriculum is not based in science but “entrenched in ideology,” and endangers children by not clearly presenting the consequences of sexual activity. “The priority is not your child’s health,” Miriam Grossman told a ... (Continue reading)

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Wynne reveals hostility to homeschooling while slamming Tory

Monte McNaughton Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s recent swipe at homeschooling while criticizing an outspoken MPP reveals her contempt of parents, say pro-family advocates. And the Tory MPP in question, Monte McNaughton, charges that Wynne is just trying to duck the “chaos” in the school system that she and her Liberal government created as a result of her radical sex-ed program. Wynne criticized McNaughton as “irresponsible” for speaking at a London parents’ ... (Continue reading)

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Sex-ed opponents plan Sept. 2 Ontario-wide protest

As the reality of the Liberal government’s roll out of its radical sex-ed curriculum looms, parents are mobilizing for a massive protest at all MPPs’ offices Sept. 2, say organizers. “Our goal is to make this the biggest protest in Ontario’s history, by holding 107 simultaneous mini-rallies at the constituency office of every single MPP in the province,” says Jack Fonseca of Campaign Life Coalition, which is spearheading the event. “On the same day, at the same hour, right across this province, ... (Continue reading)

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Bits & Pieces

Canada Sean Murphy, the administrator of the Conscience Protection Project, said in column in the National Post that the Canadian Medical Association, which was scheduled to debate the physician’s role in euthanasia and assisted suicide at their annual meeting in Halifax in late August, has taken a position that imperils the conscience rights of doctors: “By accepting the morally contested obligation to kill as normative, CMA directors imposed a paradigm for medical practice and a framework for discussion that’s ... (Continue reading)

World population of 11 billion by 2100: UN

There are currently 7.3 billion people sharing the Earth, and the 2015 Revision of the World Population Prospects issued by the United Nations Population Division estimates that there will be nearly four billion more people by 2100. Media coverage was typically dismal about the news the UN estimates there will be a world population of 11 billion by the turn of the next century. The National Post opened its coverage with the line, “Think the world is crowded now? You haven’t ... (Continue reading)

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The persistent myth of overpopulation

National Affairs Rory Leishman Given the dramatic drop in birth rates throughout most of the world over the past 50 years, it is amazing that so many doom-and-gloom academics still cling to the false and pernicious notion of global overpopulation. Prominent among these persistent doomsayers is Stephen Emmott, professor of computational science at Oxford University. In his recently published and widely lauded book Ten Billion, he warns: “The ... (Continue reading)

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Wandering words

Light is Right Joe Campbell He told me that when Rome fell in June 1944, his father cried Veni, vidi, vici in a crowd of revelers. “Your father had a speech impediment?” I asked. “Veni, vidi, vici is Latin for I came, I saw, I conquered,” he replied. “My father helped liberate Rome in World War II.” He noted that after winning the Battle of Zela, Julius Caesar wrote Veni, vidi, vici in a ... (Continue reading)

The importance of dad

The importance of dad

The Dadly Virtues: Adventures from the Worst Job You’ll Ever Love edited by Jonathan V. Last (Templeton, $31.50, 180 page) Last year, Jonathan V. Last edited a wonderful volume, The Seven Deadly Virtues: 18 Conservative Writers on the Virtuous Life. In his most recent collection, 17 conservative writers, reflect on what it means to be a father and advise on how to do it right. Last says in his introduction that ... (Continue reading)

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The fragile dew-drop

The fragile dew-drop

We live, scientists tell us, in a four-dimensional space-time continuum. In a way that is difficult to grasp, space and time are profoundly inter-related. But the imagination lives in a fifth dimension -- Dimension H -- the realm of the hypothetical. What is and what could be lie in tantalizingly close proximity to each other, separated only by our free choices. Free choice is the dramatic switch that separates ... (Continue reading)

On human pesticide

A weed, by definition, is just a plant in the wrong place. Dandelions on a green lawn and oak trees in an apple orchard are only weeds because the gardener’s wishes make them so. Last month, Canada legalized RU-486, the abortifacient drug sometimes known as “the human pesticide.” This lethal, murderous drug has no place in a civilized society; it is a means of medical homicide, a euthanasia of the unborn, and it will corrode our country by further normalizing ... (Continue reading)

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Trainwreck an unusual rom-com

Trainwreck an unusual rom-com

It’s generally accepted that the romantic comedy went into decline at some point in the ‘90s and hasn’t quite been itself since its final heyday, with films like When Harry Met Sally and Working Girl. If the genre has any life left in it, its saviour has come in the shape of writer/director Judd Apatow, whose innovation was to scour away most of the “chick flick” conventions – sassy girlfriends, ... (Continue reading)

Amnesty International endorses legalized ‘sex work’

Amnesty International endorses legalized ‘sex work’

Amnesty International will develop a policy to promote the decriminalization of prostitution. On August 11, at Amnesty International’s International Council Meeting in Dublin, delegates passed a resolution “to adopt a policy that seeks attainment of the highest possible protection of the human rights of sex workers, through measures that include the decriminalisation of sex work.” The resolution urges states to change laws to enact the policy. Nations are also urged ... (Continue reading)

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