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Despite blizzard, Washington March for Life a success

Despite blizzard, Washington  March for Life a success

A pro-life snowman! On Jan. 22, with businesses in the city closing in anticipation of a winter storm hammering the east coast with up to three feet of snow, pro-lifers took part in the 43rd annual March for Life in Washington D.C. The March’s keynote speaker was former businesswoman and current candidate for the Republican presidential nomination Carly Fiorina, who said, “it’s inspiring to see you all out here ... (Continue reading)

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Pro-life community celebrates Fr. de Valk’s 50 years in the priesthood

Pro-life community celebrates Fr. de Valk’s 50 years in the priesthood

Fr. Louis Di Rocco (left) and Fr. Alphonse de Valk concelebrate Mass during a ceremony at Campaign Life Coalition's Toronto office marking Fr. de Valk's 50 years as a priest. On Dec. 11 at Campaign Life Coalition office, CLC volunteers, supporters, ... (Continue reading)

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Americans United for Life unveils legislation to protect infants

Americans United for Life unveils legislation to protect infants

Americans United for Life president Charmaine Yoest is promoting the Infants' Protection Project. Americans United for Life has unveiled a package of pro-life model legislation aimed at protecting infants from the aggression or indifference of the abortion industry. The eight pieces of legislation would prohibit the sale of aborted children’s body parts, protect children born alive during botched ... (Continue reading)

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deVeber memoir delights, inspires

deVeber memoir delights, inspires

Few Canadians have been more widely revered for a lifetime of benevolent accomplishments than Dr. L.L. (Barrie) deVeber, professor emeritus in Paediatrics and Oncology at Western University. So who, exactly, is this exemplary intellectual and physician -- some kind of saint? Well, not quite. Just ask his younger brother George. In Barrie: The Memoirs of Dr. L.L. deVeber as told to S. M. Schaeken, deVeber recalls that, as a boy, ... (Continue reading)

Trinity Western wins religious freedom case

Trinity Western wins  religious freedom case

On Dec. 10, the B.C. Supreme Court ruled that the B.C. Law Society violated the Charter of Rights and Freedoms when they rejected in advance graduates of Trinity Western University law school. Chief Justice Christopher Hinkson ruled, “The evidence in this case and the relevant precedents conclusively establish that the decision does infringe the petitioners’ Charter right to freedom of religion.” Last January, the Nova Scotia Supreme Court nullified a ... (Continue reading)

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Population control advocate Maurice Strong dead

Population control advocate  Maurice Strong dead

Praised a leading environmentalist, Maurice Strong favoured de-population policies. Maurice Strong, the Canadian often credited with mainstreaming the environmental movement, passed away Nov. 28 at the age of 86. He was praised by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as an “internationally recognized environmentalist and philanthropist” and a “global pioneer of sustainable development who left our country and our world a better place.” Jim ... (Continue reading)

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Top Stories of 2015

Top Stories of 2015

    10.  Caitlin Jenner comes out. In June, former Olympian Bruce Jenner was featured on the cover of Vanity Fair with a new name, image, and self-identified gender as Caitlyn Jenner. It was part of what many pro-family activists see as a campaign to mainstream transgender in the culture.         9.  Prince Edward Island increases abortion access.... (Continue reading)

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Toronto bans Christian group from city square

Toronto bans Christian group from city square

Voices of the Nations has been using city property since 2006 for an annual "multi denominational" event in which it celebrates Christianity through live music and dance. It has ... (Continue reading)

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Freedom of speech precarious on campus despite improvements

Freedom of speech precarious on campus despite improvements

The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms has released its latest annual report examining free speech on Canadian public university campuses. Issued on Oct. 28, the 2015 Campus Freedom Index assigns four grades (from A to F) per university. Each institution receives a grade for university policies, university practices, student union policies, and student union practices. Only eight As were awarded in 2015 (three As more than in 2014). A total ... (Continue reading)

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The season’s reason

The season’s reason

When December comes, coffeehouses are already serving red cups and, in department stores, plastic sleighs and lighted trees are already on display. “Happy Holidays” was once a euphemism for another greeting, one celebrating the event by which our years are numbered; but “Merry Christmas” now barely echoes in that anodyne supplanting phrase. We can lament our secular culture’s recoil from the few remainders – and even the mere reminders ... (Continue reading)

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Alberta pro-life students demand protection from mob censorship

Alberta pro-life students demand protection from mob censorship

"The University of Alberta is condoning the complete suppression of our free expression rights on campus," stated Amberlee Nicol, a second-year education student and president of Go Life. The University of Alberta “Go-Life” Club and John Carpay of the Justice Centre for Constitutional ... (Continue reading)

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Human beings have value

Human beings have value

  Humans are Underrated: What High Achievers Know that Brilliant Machines Never Will by Geoff Colvin (Penguin, $32.95, 248 pages) There is a growing concern about the future of man. Can mere human beings compete with technology in the job market? Geoff Colvin, author of Talent is Overrated, has written a stunning defense of flesh and blood human beings in Humans are Underrated, a business book. It is true that robots and ... (Continue reading)

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Stephanie Gray begins new ministry, sees ‘love’ as solution to heal wounded culture

Stephanie Gray begins new ministry, sees ‘love’ as solution to heal wounded culture

Stephanie Gray has started "Love Unleashes Life" to improve "heart-oriented" dialogue. Ever since meeting pro-life apologist Scott Klusendorf in 1999, Stephanie Gray knew she was meant to be a pro-life speaker. In 2001, Gray co-founded the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR) with Jojo Ruba, and served as its executive director. After a move to British Columbia last fall meant ... (Continue reading)

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Thousands protest 103 MPP riding offices over sex-ed

Thousands protest 103 MPP riding offices over sex-ed

Oakville Jack Fonseca, project manager of Campaign Life Coalition, told The Interim, “I think this is the biggest provincial protest in Ontario’s history.” He was talking about a mass protest organized by CLC and Canadian Families Alliance in front of at least 103 of 107 MPP constituency offices on Sept. 2, – a Wednesday – to urge the government to shelve the sex education curriculum schedule to take effect this ... (Continue reading)

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Wynne’s sex-ed is indoctrination not science: psychiatrist

Wynne’s sex-ed is indoctrination not science: psychiatrist

Miriam Grossman addressed 800 concerned parents in Mississauga, August 18th, 2015. An American psychiatrist who has spoken and written extensively on sex-ed says the Ontario Liberal government’s sex-ed curriculum is not based in science but “entrenched in ideology,” and endangers children by not clearly presenting the consequences of sexual activity. “The priority is not your child’s health,” Miriam Grossman told a ... (Continue reading)

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