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Carolyn Cole, RIP

Carolyn Cole, RIP

Carolyn Cole Over the years Cole was involved with Campaign Life Coalition, Show the Truth, LifeChain, the Windsor Essex Right to Life Association, Windsor’s Walk for Life, and the National March for Life in Ottawa. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, she served as subscription manager for The Interim. In 1991, she was among 19 arrested for praying outside the Morgentaler abortuary. The 19 were found guilty of obstructing ... (Continue reading)

Reviving Perspective

Talk Turkey Josie Luetke A pro-lifer I met leading up to the 2015 federal election said to me, “I don’t care if we all live in mud huts so long as abortion is ended.” Now, nobody wants to live in a mud hut. I do not want to live in a mud hut, and, of course, the economy matters. When people do not have proper shelter, nutrition, hydration, ... (Continue reading)

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Toronto politicians seek graphic abortion photo ban

Toronto politicians seek  graphic abortion photo ban

CCBR community liaison Devorah Gelman says people who are upset with images of abortion victims should take issue with the abortion procedure itself. Councillor Sarah Doucette (Ward 13, Parkdale-High Park) called for a ban on pro-life protesters using signs with pictures of aborted babies after local residents complained ... (Continue reading)

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Wagner found guilty of mischief

Wagner found guilty of mischief

More than 11,000 emails and 200 letters of support for Mary Wagner were sent to Campaign Life Coalition's office. On August 15, Ontario Court of Justice judge Eric N. Libman found Mary Wagner, 43, guilty of mischief and breach of probation. She was convicted on charges arising from her Dec. 12, 2016, arrest at the Bloor West Village Women’s Clinic, where she had tried to persuade women to ... (Continue reading)

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The myth of the violent pro-lifers

The myth of the violent pro-lifers

Pro-life activist Bill Whatcot at a Metro Police station after a June 1999 assault. On May 29, Ontario Attorney General Yasir Naqvi announced that the government was planning on implementing bubble zones, or “safe access zones,” around Ontario abortion facilities. Considering that it was calling for something that cannot truthfully be interpreted as anything other than a ... (Continue reading)

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Ontario aims to reinstate injunction against pro-lifers

Ontario aims to reinstate injunction against pro-lifers

The Ontario Liberal government is aiming to reinstate a 1994 temporary injunction that bans pro-life activity in front of abortion centers, claiming it was dismissed five months ago by mistake. The attorney general’s office brought an urgent motion last month to reinstate the 24-year-old interim injunction. It was issued by Justice George Adams as part of a $500,000 lawsuit for damages that Bob Rae’s NDP government brought against ... (Continue reading)

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Hospital, parents spar over care for infant

Hospital, parents spar over care for infant

Baby Charles Gard with parents Connie Yates and Chris Gard. Since last October, Charlie Gard has lived at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London, England. He was born in August 2016 with mitochondrial DNA depletion syndrome, which has no known cure. Doctors at the hospital wanted to withdraw treatment saying there was nothing they could do to save ... (Continue reading)

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21-year-old politician encourages youth involvement

21-year-old politician encourages youth involvement

West Virginia House of Delegate Saira Blair Saira Blair, elected to the West Virginia House of Delegates in 2014 at the age of 18, addressed the National March for Life and the Youth conference the day afterward about being an outspoken pro-life and youth advocate in the political arena. Her interest in politics began with the Youth in Government organization her state, which encourages young ... (Continue reading)

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Pro-lifers show up

Former MP Tom Wappel often warns pro-lifers that if they don’t show up to candidate nominations, delegate selection meetings, and to vote their principles on election day, we are surrendering our political decision-making to those who do show up; it is effectively unilateral disarmament. Numerous pro-life and pro-family groups urged their members and supporters to purchase a Conservative Party membership because there were several socially conservative candidates. More than 11,000 Campaign Life Coalition supporters became Conservative members, and along with our ... (Continue reading)

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Injunction bans New Brunswick pro-life protests

Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Reginald Leger banned 40 Days for Life from protesting outside the Chaleur Regional Hospital in Bathurst, New Brunswick. Leger granted a permanent injunction against the pro-life activists demonstrating against the hospital where abortions are committed. The sweeping court order bans pro-life activists from demonstrating anywhere on the hospital grounds. Ronald Jessulat, a defendant, said members of 40 Days for Life have the right to express their religious beliefs near the hospital to express their opposition to abortion ... (Continue reading)

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Volunteers are backbone of Campaign Life’s work

Every day, around 9 a.m., Nicole walks into the Campaign Life Coalition office in Toronto, sits down at her desk, turns on her computer and starts to take on the tasks that were assigned to her by the office manager. Updating the database and sorting through petitions are usual day-to-day responsibilities, but as a certified graphic designer and experienced photographer, she’s also designed handouts and conference booklets for various events. On Feb. 10, she celebrated 18 years with CLC. She ... (Continue reading)

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New BC party offers something for pro-lifers

New BC party offers something for pro-lifers

Robin Richardson's Vancouver Island Party has pro-life and pro-family policies. A new Vancouver Island separatist party has released its guiding principles which includes policies that some pro-life and pro-family supporters could welcome. In a 44-page document, Robin Richardson, a former Member of Parliament, outlines the mission and guiding principles of the Vancouver Island Party. The VIP wants independence for Vancouver Island, voicing ... (Continue reading)

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‘Jane Roe’ Norma McCorvey, RIP

‘Jane Roe’  Norma McCorvey, RIP

Norma McCorvey was the "Jane Roe" in the infamous Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion, but later became a pro-life activist. On Feb. 18, Norma McCovey, whose abortion case made it to Supreme Court of the United States, passed away at the age of 69. McCorvey was the “Jane Roe” in Roe v. ... (Continue reading)

Trump nominates pro-life judge to Supreme Court

Trump nominates pro-life judge  to Supreme Court

Pro-life groups have praised Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. On Jan. 31, President Donald Trump fulfilled his campaign promise to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat on the bench with someone who shared his originalist judicial philosophy and named 10th Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch as his nominee to fill the vacant Supreme Court seat. Gorsuch was immediately attacked by Democrats ... (Continue reading)

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Exclusive interview

Exclusive interview

Brad Trost After endorsing the National March for Life that takes place in Ottawa in May and standing up as the lone vote against a private member’s bill establishing “Gender Equality Week,” Conservative leadership contender and MP Brad Trost (Saskatoon-University) talked to The Interim about the race. Trost said the National March for Life is important to both pro-life politicians and the pro-life movement because it signals that life issues ... (Continue reading)

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