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Sex radical wants B.C. to ape Ontario’s early sex ed

‘Younger children are easier to teach’ As Ontario parents gird themselves for a battle over the planned sex education curriculum, British Columbia is quietly promoting a less radical revamp of its entire pubic school curriculum across the board, sex ed included, with far less fanfare.  Some of the elements that alarm Ontario mothers and fathers are there, such as the use of condoms in Grade six, but from the general outline published so far, B.C. is apparently not ... (Continue reading)

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Brown the ‘clear choice’ in Ontario PC leadership race

Brown the ‘clear choice’ in Ontario PC leadership race

Monte McNaughton said that Patrick Brown shares his social conservative convictions, but also the best approach to party revitalization. While there was no risk of vote-splitting in the preferential ballot system, Monte McNaughton’s withdrawal leaves one social conservative in the Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership race. On April 9, with about a month ... (Continue reading)

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Bits & Pieces

Canada The Ryerson Student Union unanimously rejected an application by Students for Life for club accreditation. Students for Life said they were informed that the RSU is against groups that “promote misogynist views toward women and ideologies that promote gender-inequity.” RSU president-elect Cormac McGee told The Ryersonian that the club could be accredited if it met certain unnamed conditions ... The Parole Board of Canada has lifted Robert Latimer’s out-of-country travel restrictions saying that making the convicted ... (Continue reading)

Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons policy violates conscience rights

On March 6, the ruling council of the Ontario College of Physicians and Surgeons voted 21-3 for a new Professional Obligations and Human Rights policy that could require doctors in the province to commit abortion or euthanasia. The new policy, announced in a press release, “requires physicians to provide their patients with an effective referral to another health-care provider for those services the physician chooses not to provide for reasons of conscience or religion.” However, it also requires doctors to provide services ... (Continue reading)

Analysis of Ontario’s Health and Physical Education Curriculum 2015

Analysis of Ontario’s Health and Physical Education Curriculum 2015

  The health and physical education curriculum for Ontario needed to be updated, but the manner and content of the “updating” has been dishonest and disrespectful toward parents. The process has been a continuation of the social engineering launched by this provincial government in 2008-2010 under then Education Minister Kathleen Wynne. Unhappy with the pace of implementation of its Equity and Inclusive Education Strategy the Liberal government amended the Education ... (Continue reading)

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13 days that changed my life: Remembering Terri Schiavo

13 days that changed my life: Remembering Terri Schiavo

Terri Schiavo Ten years ago this month, the world watched as 41-year-old Terri Schindler Schiavo was starved and dehydrated to death in a Florida hospice. Contrary to popular opinion, Terri was not comatose, brain dead, or dying. She had sustained a profound brain injury in 1990 after going into sudden cardiac arrest at home. Terri was left with severe physical and cognitive disabilities, relying on a feeding tube to ... (Continue reading)

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The Liberals’ desperate turn

The Liberals’ desperate turn

The Liberal Party has heeded that old adage of advertising: if you have a problem, feature it.  After decades in the ascendancy as the most winningest party in the West, they have all but collapsed. A string of feckless leaders – Martin, Dion, Ignatieff – have left the Natural Governing Party without their aura of inevitability. But their very desperation has attuned them to the weaknesses of their thin-principled ... (Continue reading)

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Pro-life giant Jack Willke passes away

Pro-life giant Jack Willke passes away

Jack Willke On Feb. 20, pro-life pioneer Dr. John (Jack) Willke passed away peacefully at his home a the age of 89. An obstetrician who along with his wife Barbara taught human sexuality courses in the 1960s, the couple transitioned to pro-life work even before the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that made abortion-on-demand the law of the land in the the United States. He was president of National ... (Continue reading)

Pro-life youth storm the United Nations while Canada stays on message

Pro-life youth storm the United Nations while Canada stays on message

Campaign Life Coalition's team with the Director of Culture of Life Africa. From left to right: Natasha Milavec, Matthew Wojciechowski, Obianuju Ekeocha, Conchita D'Souza, Shatel Jose, and Carter Grant. From March 9-20, thousands of people representing more than 1100 non-government ... (Continue reading)

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Trudeau praises abortion as most important development in Canadian history

Trudeau praises abortion as most important development in Canadian history

Editor’s Note: On March 9, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau delivered a speech at a McGill Institute for the Study of Canada event in Toronto, titled, “Canadian Liberty and the Politics of Fear.” The media focused on his comparison of the Conservative government’s attitude toward Muslims with Canadian immigration policy in the 1930s and ‘40s that turned back Jewish refugees from Europe. What the media ignored was Trudeau’s praise of ... (Continue reading)

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SCC assisted suicide decision is irresponsible and dangerous

SCC assisted suicide decision  is irresponsible and dangerous

Alex Schadenberg The Supreme Court of Canada has made an activist decision by giving physicians the right in law to cause the death of people by euthanasia and assisted suicide. The Court has made an irresponsible decision, what is more, by using imprecise and subjective language, leaving many issues to be determined by Parliament; without objective criteria the decision sets a dangerous precedent that, if unchecked, will lead to ... (Continue reading)

Officially Canada had 82,869 abortions in 2013

On Feb. 17, the Canadian Institute for Health Information released abortion statistics, revealing there were at least 82,869 abortions in 2013 compared to 83,708 in 2012. According to CIHI, 35,003 were committed in hospitals, and 47,866 in abortion clinics. LifeSiteNews reported that “CIHI’s stated methodology leads to the inescapable conclusion that there are literally countless more victims of abortion in Canada.” Not including those done in Quebec, which does not provide enough information about their abortions, a majority of hospital abortions were committed ... (Continue reading)

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Activist judges strike down ban on assisted suicide

National Affairs Rory Leishman With the precedent-shattering ruling in Carter v. Canada on Feb. 6, nine robed dictators on the Supreme Court of Canada not only struck down the longstanding ban on physician-assisted suicide in the Criminal Code: they also delivered a lethal blow to democracy and the rule of law in Canada. Consider the evidence: Gloria Taylor, the now deceased person who initiated the Carter case, was ... (Continue reading)

Benjamin Levin to plead guilty to child porn charges, seeks support of friends

Benjamin Levin to plead guilty to child porn charges, seeks support of friends

Benjamin Levin In a letter seeking support from his friends, leaked to media this week, accused child pornographer Benjamin Levin admits that he asked a mother “to sexually assault her child for him.” The letter provides the first comments the public has heard from Levin since his July 2013 arrest on child sex charges. As deputy minister of education under Premier Kathleen Wynne when she was minister of education, Levin ... (Continue reading)

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Memorial garden planned for children lost to abortion, miscarriage

Memorial garden planned for children lost to abortion, miscarriage

Guelph & Area Right to Life is fundraising to build a Garden of Grace in memory of babies who died before or a short time after birth. It is intended to be a place where their families can have a chance to grieve, remember, and find healing. It may be the first of its kind. “In the U.S. there are a couple of memorial gardens for parents who have lost little ones through miscarriage – but these do not include ... (Continue reading)

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