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Hamilton Henderson picketers still marching

      Picketers at the Hamilton-Civic Henderson Hospital have been marching every Friday for a year and a half now.  Joanne Bassi and Brenda Giavedoni made resolution in 1983 to picket during the Lenten season.  But when Lent was over they decided to go on.  And they’re still marching.   They’re joined by a group of faithfuls and the occasional newcomer, Fridays, 9:30 to 10:30 in the morning.   There were 1,443 abortions at the Henderson in 1982. (Continue reading)

Interim essay contest Winner!

Katherine Malony age - 8 years old Thunder Bay, Ont. Thunder Bay Christian School I think it's good to be for life. You need life. You were given it, so why not use it? You are alive aren't you? Use your life. Do with it the right things to do with it. Will you? You are alive even if you haven't touched the face of the earth. When babies are in the mother they are very active. They will ... (Continue reading)

Interim essay contest Winner!

Katherine Malony age - 8 years old Thunder Bay, Ont. Thunder Bay Christian School I think it's good to be for life. You need life. You were given it, so why not use it? You are alive aren't you? Use your life. Do with it the right things to do with it. Will you? You are alive even if you haven't touched the face of the earth. When babies are in the mother they are very active. They will ... (Continue reading)

You and me

This poem accompanied an entry in The Interim essay contest You cannot feel the fear that I feel You cannot cry the tears that I cry You are not about to die You have a choice in your life I do not You can speak for yourself I cannot You are not about to die You have laughed, you have cried I can't laugh but I can cry You think it's all your problem But it's me that's going to die I will never giggle, I will never smile I will ... (Continue reading)

Interim essay contest

The following essay won first place in its category - 12-14 years. It is reprinted without any alterations. My thoughts on abortion Abortion is an important issue in society. It is being widely discussed and in this essay I will present my views. First of all, when I look at abortion, a strange thought occurs to me. Why do people consider babies non-human? Or, is it, a baby is a "blob" if the mother is getting an ... (Continue reading)

A national pro-life conference

One thousand delegates will hear more than thirty speakers at the National Alliance for Life Conference July 5 to 8, 1984, at McMaster University in Hamilton. Among the speakers will be California Attorney Robert Sassone, outspoken critic for "the overpopulation myth." Dr. Heather Morris of Women's College Hospital in Toronto and former president of Alliance for Life will also give a talk. Dr. Morris C. Schumiatcher, Q.C., of Regina, lawyer for Mr. Joe Borowski in "The Trial of The Century" will ... (Continue reading)

Mother’s Day in Halton

Halton Pro-life held its 8th Annual Silent Candlelight Vigil at Joseph Brant Memorial Hospital in Burlington on the eve of Mother's Day. Two hundred and twenty-five citizens concerned about abortion gathered at the hospital to mourn the lives of the 545 babies destroyed in the four hospitals in the Region of Halton. (The four hospitals were: Joseph Brant, 300 abortions; Georgetown & District, 26; Milton & District, 30; and Oakville Trafalgar Memorial, 189.) Women from Halton also aborted their ... (Continue reading)

Mother’s Day candlelight walk

TORONTO - More than 2,500 pro-life supporters braved chilly temperature and gushing winds to march through the streets of downtown Toronto on Mother's Day eve to protest against hospitals performing abortions. The walk was organized by the Right to Life Association of Toronto and Area to celebrate respect for life and the protection of the unborn. This was the fifth annual walk organized the Toronto Right to Life. Several other Right to Life associations stage similar walks throughout ... (Continue reading)

Ontario

Kingston conference Mr. Joe Borowski, well-known pro-life advocate, will be the guest speaker at the 10th annual Charismatic Conference in Kingston this June. The conference theme this year is that "God so Loved the World" with the focus on God's love through the Sacred Heart of Jesus in the month of June.  The conference will take place at the Jock Hardy Arena on Union St. (Queen's University). It is fitting that the love of God for the ... (Continue reading)

Nova Scotia

Colchester County Right to Life On Mother's Day eve, Saturday, May 12th, the Colchester County Right to Life Association will be sponsoring a candlelight walk from the Truro Town Hall to the Colchester Hospital. Our aim is to stand as a witness for the rights of the unborn child. Please come out and support the unborn child.  We will meet on the sidewalk by the Town Hall at 8:30 p.m. to begin our walk. Won't you give an hour ... (Continue reading)

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