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Gordon Fairweather attacks Unborn

Gordon Fairweather, who anguished as a Conservative Member of Parliament for the federal riding of Fundy-Royal in New Brunswick for many years, was picked out of obscurity in 1977 by Prime Minister Trudeau and appointed Chief of Commissioner of Human Rights Commission of Canada. It may we be that his appointment was due more to the fact that the Liberal party felt the riding of Fundy-Royal was ripe for picking than to Fairweather's competence for the position. Fairweather's incompetence for the ... (Continue reading)

Morgentaler may sue Borowski

Dr. Henry Morgentaler wants a pubic apology from Pro-life Advocate Joe Borowski who alleged Morgentaler's abortion clinics have been found unsanitary in the past. Valdyn Duke, Morgentaler's Winnipeg lawyer, said in an interview yesterday (Feb. 9) that she will send a letter to Borowski asking for a retraction of the statements made at a pubic debate between the two men at the University of Manitoba Jan. 11. Borowski laughed at the request. During the debate, Borowski said unsanitary conditions led to Morgentaler's ... (Continue reading)

Assumption to award Chrétien

The Hon. Jean Chrétien, energy minister, may be awarded the prestigious Christian Cultural Award by Assumption University, this April 10th. Chrétien, the Minister of Justice during the introduction of the Charter of Rights, excluded the unborn from any protection and, as seen in a letter in the February 19th Catholic Register, as well as in letters sent to Father Health of Assumption University and to Bishop Sherlock of London, Ontario, Chrétien stated that "The government has no intention of changing ... (Continue reading)

Manitoba Premier advised by the grassroots

Manitoba's Premier Howard Pawley went on a fact-finding mission throughout his province in early January. Mr. Pawley and most of his NDP cabinet are strong advocates of abortion-on-demand and, in fact, his party has a policy for unrestricted abortion in its platform. However, after his fact-finding mission, Pawley may not be so keen to impose his pro-abortion views on the population of Manitoba. This is due to the fact that one of the strongest messages Manitobans gave to Pawley was ... (Continue reading)

Students for Life censored

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The Borowski University of Manitoba debate

January 27 was the date and the University of Manitoba was the place where, Joe Borowski, one of the most upright pro-life advocates, met head on with the champion abortionist, Henry Morgentaler. Lacking a chairperson this time round, the two men addressed a large student audience and exchanged their well established views. Mr. Borowski based his statements on established modern scientific and legally documented evidence. Morgentaler, ever eloquent rattled off the same tired viewpoints based on feeling and hard, gonadal ... (Continue reading)

Canadian Medical Association questionnaire on abortion

In 1971, the Canadian Medical Association in a close vote (78 to 74) stated that "there is justification on non-medical social grounds for the deliberate termination of pregnancy as long as the abortion is performed by a qualified medical practitioner with the approval of therapeutic abortion committees." The Canadian Medical Association has been in deep trouble ever since, not only because it lost tremendous credibility as a result of its position on abortion, but also because it has been under constant ... (Continue reading)

Alberta to collect signatures

In a manner similar to the New Brunswick Right to Life Association, Alberta Campaign Life is calling for pro-life supporters to send their names and $2.00 covering cost in order to form a 100,000 name 'tabloid' to be inserted in Alberta's ten daily papers with a circulation of 588,000 province wide. The move was successful in the December '82 New Brunswick venture and Alberta hopes to celebrate the upcoming Edmonton pro-life week with a similar success. According to the newsletter, the ... (Continue reading)

Morgentaler-Nathanson debate

On January 21, 1983, a remarkable debate took place between Dr. Bernard Nathanson, a former abortionist from New York, and Henry Morgentaler, a Montreal abortionist. The debate took place on the Hamilton T.V. station CHCH and was viewed by many thousands.   Dr. Nathanson was the founder of the pro-abortion organization in the U.S., the National Association for ... (Continue reading)

Nathanson does pro-life commercials

  For the first time in the history of Toronto television, pro-life advertising is on the air.  ... (Continue reading)

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