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Surviving technological breakthroughs

Surviving technological breakthroughs

Julia Alphonso Editor’s Note:Julia Alphonso of Father McGivney Catholic Academy, Markham, Ontariowon first prize in the Fr. Ted Essay contest sponsored by Niagara Region Right to Life. The contest asked participants to reflect on the statement:. You are a child in the prenatal stage of development. Are all the current biomedical/technological breakthroughs helpful in advancing your right to life as a preborn human being? If only someone was there to ... (Continue reading)

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Undesirable?

Undesirable?

Izaak Falk Editor’s Note:Izaak Falk of Cornerstone Christian School, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewanwon second prize in the Fr. Ted Essay contest sponsored by Niagara Region Right to Life. The contest asked participants to reflect on the statement:. You are a child in the prenatal stage of development. Are all the current biomedical/technological breakthroughs helpful in advancing your right to life as a preborn human being? Am I undesirable? Does my mother ... (Continue reading)

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Father Ted Colleton Scholarship Program 2018-2019

Hi Education Friends, As first mid-semester marks and parent-teacher conferences are completed here is a reminder that the deadline for Father Ted Colleton Scholarship is fast approaching. Please remind interested students that applications and all other documents must be submitted by December 3, 2018. For the sake of students who do not have the actual application form I am attaching the pdf of both poster and application brochure. Thank you Dan Di Rocco (Continue reading)

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Fr. Ted scholarship topic announced

Fr. Ted scholarship topic announced

Dan Di Rocco, circulation manager for The Interim and administrator of the annual Fr. Ted Colleton Scholarship, has announced the topic for the 17th iteration of the essay contest presented by Interim Publishing and Niagara Region Right to Life. Niagara Region Right to Life is once  again pleased to offer The  Father Ted Colleton Scholarship essay  contest  as part  of its mandate to reach out  to society in an educational ... (Continue reading)

Fr. Ted scholarship topic announced

Fr. Ted scholarship topic announced

Father Ted Colleton Dan Di Rocco, circulation manager for The Interim and administrator of the annual Fr. Ted Colleton Scholarship, has announced the topic for the 16th iteration of the essay contest presented by Interim Publishing and Niagara Region Right to Life. Niagara Region Right to Life is once  again pleased to offer The  Father Ted Colleton Scholarship essay  contest  as part  of its mandate to reach out  to ... (Continue reading)

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Waiting women

Waiting women

There are the Canadian women whose waiting doesn’t matter. And then there are the Canadian women whose waiting is especially terrible and reported on at regular intervals.The Canadian Press reported on August 15 that a 29-year-old whose birth control failed got the abortion she wanted. Except it wasn’t quite fast enough. She waited too long for her abortion, she says. She waited two months. This was reported in major media outlets across the country. “Abortion access in Nova Scotia ... (Continue reading)

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Fr. Ted Colleton essay winners 2016-17

Fr. Ted Colleton essay winners 2016-17

Adrianna Byers won first place in the Fr. Ted Colleton Essay contest sponsored by Niagara Right to Life and presented by The Interim. She is in Grade 12 at Rehoboth Christian School in Otterville, Ont. The ... (Continue reading)

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Conservative policy committee scuttles social conservative resolutions ahead of party’s national convention

Conservative policy committee scuttles social conservative resolutions ahead of party’s national convention

After months of grassroots engagement at the riding and regional level, the National Policy Committee of the Conservative Party of Canada took it upon themselves to scuttle socially conservative proposals to the party's convention in Vancouver in late May. One resolution was reportedly reconsidered and nixed after the intervention of interim Conservative Party leader Rona Ambrose. The Conservative Party of Canada (CPC) has a National Policy Committee of 25 members and observers, but the party's constitution gives it little guidance ... (Continue reading)

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Father Ted Colleton Scholarship

Father Ted Colleton Scholarship

Application for Scholarship HERE                                           (Continue reading)

Diverse crowd opposes Wynne’s sex ed

Diverse crowd opposes Wynne’s sex ed

Numerous times speakers were interrupted with chants of “we say no” and “save our children.” Patrick Brown and Monte McNaughton, two Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership hopefuls, spoke. They both vowed to oppose the curriculum, urged those in attendance to let the government know they will not accept the curriculum, and insisted it was not yet a done deal. “This fight is not over,” McNaughton said. Speakers included parents and pastors concerned ... (Continue reading)

The Interim Plus

The Interim Plus

Fr. Ted Colleton Hi educator friends,   The excitement of a new school year is still fresh, and here is another edition of The Interim Plus, a curriculum resource for interested teachers. With all the turmoil in the world, a lot of people are being forced to leave their normal habitat or are consciously choosing to seek better opportunities elsewhere. This is the theme of this ... (Continue reading)

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The Father Ted Colleton Scholarship

The Father Ted Colleton Scholarship

The co-sponsors of the Father Ted Colleton Scholarship program, The Interim newspaper and Niagara Region Right to Life, are proud to announce the theme for the essay portion of the contest for the upcoming academic year 2014-2015. This edition will be the 13th year of the scholarship and it continues to grow and draw young people into the pro-life movement as learners. More than 800 students have participated since its founding. It is hoped that this challenging ... (Continue reading)

12th annual edition of The Father Ted Colleton Scholarship

12th annual edition of The Father Ted Colleton Scholarship

Students can learn and earn through writing!         Now in its 12th annual edition The Father Ted Colleton Scholarship presents a unique opportunity to senior (16-18 yrs) secondary school students. They are challenged to express their views on life and family issues by writing an essay on a stated theme. Co-sponsored by Canada’s pro-life newspaper The Interim and Niagara Region Right to Life, the program ... (Continue reading)

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Advertorial on the founding of Campaign Life

Advertorial on the founding of Campaign Life

One of the first strategy meetings of Campaign Life in Sharon, ON, in 1979. Over the years, many have often asked how Campaign Life started. It started at a pro-life national conference on May 25 1978 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The following pro-lifers were present for the founding. ... (Continue reading)

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Labels used to shut down debate

Pauline KosalkaCommentary In the days leading up to the Euro 2012 soccer tournament in June, the focus of headlines was not so much on which team would win, but on what was deemed to be intense racism on the part of the fans from Poland and Ukraine, the hosts of the tournament. Both countries have a predominantly Christian and ethnically homogenous population. “Racism is not so much the elephant in the soccer room as an insidious, lurking menace,” James Lawton ... (Continue reading)

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