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Across Canada

Show the Truth in Maritimes Religion-based hiring backed Sally Ann calls for conduct code Policing of gays at issue Show the Truth in Maritimes TRURO, N.S. - The Show the Truth tour hit the Maritimes recently, with demonstrators converging in Moncton and Saint John, N.B., as well as Halifax and Truro, N.S. Saint John MP Elsie Wayne was slated to join the group in her city. Media coverage focused as ... (Continue reading)

International Round-up

European approval of RU-486 condemned Health minister calls for fetal harvesting UN predicts aging population Vietnam gets population award Adoption scandal in Brazil Sex-selection abortions assailed Vatican clears up counselling questions Provide abortions and divorces says UN Nun advocates for some abortions Britain bans human cloning European approval of RU-486 condemnedBERLIN - German authorities have ignored last-minute appeals from the Roman Catholic Church ... (Continue reading)

U.S. Digest

A compendium of life- and family-related news from south of the border Bauer says Bush disappoints on pro-life Coalition opposes stem cell research Cardinal leads pro-life demonstration Texas seen as ‘most anti-choice' state Steep decline in Michigan abortions Nurses quit over ‘morning-after' pill Baird a fixture at pro-life convention $10 million to population control Bauer says Bush disappoints on pro-life Republican presidential candidate Gary Bauer ... (Continue reading)

Across Canada

Record set straight on MAP Morgentaler loses manager Kitchener PP moving Officer's appeal rejected Protestants back school religion Pro-life family needs help Photos of stillborns spark outcry Record set straight on MAP ABBOTSFORD, B.C. - In a letter to the editor of Medical Post magazine, Dr. H. Robert Pankratz of the Physicians for Life organization has set the record straight on the misinformation surrounding the ... (Continue reading)

Across Canada

Judgment on Demers reserved PP pushes ‘morning-after' pill Alberta abortions up sharply Winnipeg DNR man goes home Québec approves gay couples Regina gives in to ‘Gay Pride' Judgment on Demers reserved VANCOUVER - Judge H.J. McGivern of the B.C. provincial court has reserved judgment on the case of pro-life activist Jim Demers, who was convicted two years ago of contravening a B.C. "bubble-zone" law ... (Continue reading)

International Digest

Doctor cleared of mercy-killing UN action in Kosovo criticized Illegal abortion shuts hospital New Zealand abortions down Pakistan faces de-population Doctor cleared of mercy-killing LONDON - The family doctor who once admitted hastening the deaths of 300 people has been cleared of murdering a dying, 85-year-old cancer patient with an overdose of painkillers. David Moor had maintained that he did not believe in euthanasia, but was prepared ... (Continue reading)

U.S. Digest

A compendium of life- and family-related news from south of the border Republicans soften on abortion Some observers are suggesting the U.S. Republican Party is becoming increasingly divided over abortion as the process to select its candidate for the year 2000 presidential election accelerates. The Washington Post, for example, recently noted that front-runner George W. Bush - arguably a pro-life supporter - is a political realist who recognizes that in politics, ... (Continue reading)

Across Canada

Latimer gets leave to appeal Abortuary won't give figures Company clones goats Morgentaler to use new method Union threatens its negotiator ‘Pro-choicers' shun debate Key inquest figure dies MDs want ‘morning-after'pill Genereux loses appeal Demers cites constitution Abortion security gets cash Latimer gets leave to appeal REGINA - The Supreme Court of Canada has decided that it will her the appeal of Robert Latimer regarding the conviction and sentence he ... (Continue reading)

U.S. Digest

A compendium of life- and family-related news from south of the border Forbes pushes abortion ban Operation Save America a quiet success Guard says pro-lifers well-behaved Teen birth rates falling Barbara Willke retires Pro-abortionists fear losing ‘choice' Aborted baby lived for three hours Dr. Laura slams abortion Forbes pushes abortion ban Republican presidential hopeful Steve Forbes is continuing to court the pro-life vote among his party's members, urging Americans ... (Continue reading)

International Round-up

MDs overstepping euthanasia guidelines in The Netherlands Liberal abortion law rejected in Namibia Euthanasia clinic to open in Melbourne Doctor admits to killing hundreds in London Sterilization scheme opposed in Caracas PM ‘horrified' by woman's expulsion from Australia's detention centre Abortionist gets life sentence in Riyadh Indian couples avoid girls Genetic screening poses dangers, European scientists warn Lesbians suing for recognition MDs overstepping euthanasia guidelines AMSTERDAM - Euthanasia controls and ... (Continue reading)

Across Canada

Parent licences recommended Abortionist gets award Sex change on birth record Tremblay charged with assault 'Gay pride' complaint No to same-sex marriages B.C. gets first gay judge Parent licences recommendedCAPE BRETON, N.S. - A sociologist and a political scientist at the University College of Cape Breton have called for a licensing system for parents. Katherine Covell and R. Brian Howe say such a system would impose three requirements: that parents ... (Continue reading)

US Digest

Controversy over ‘pro-life' designation Hillary Clinton to face pro-life protests Charlton Heston addresses culture war Mormons oppose most abortions Oregon suicide stats released Nurses less tolerant of abortion Pro-life obstetrician loses lawsuit Robertson back at Christian Coalition Charges against abortionist stayed Controversy over ‘pro-life' designation A decision by the National Right to Life Committee, the largest U.S. pro-life organization, to certify possible presidential candidate George W. Bush as "pro-life" has ... (Continue reading)

International Report

Argentina marks Day of the Unborn Abortionist commits suicide Russian abortions down? Egyptian orphans killed for organs Israeli pro-life group active Argentina marks Day of the UnbornBUENOS AIRES - Argentina observed its first national Day of the Unborn March 25, with President Carlos Menem sending a message to all heads of state in Latin America, as well as Spain, Portugal and the Philippines, urging them to join in ... (Continue reading)

International Digest

Pro-life victory in El Salvador Danish memorial for unborn babies ‘Morning-after pill in Ecuador Abortion deaths claimed in Nigeria Scottish MP told to butt out Experiments on embryos proposed Pro-life victory in El Salvador... (Continue reading)

U.S. Digest

$100 million award in lawsuit Clintons renew support for abortion Abortionist, administrator indicted Duncan jailed and fined Bauer running for president ‘Unite for Life' campaign announced Bill would make killing unborn a crime $100 million award in lawsuit... (Continue reading)

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