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The Interim endorses Sloan, Lewis

The Interim endorses Sloan, Lewis

Conservative leadership vote Leslyn Lewis                                                                 Derek Sloan We join Campaign Life Coalition in endorsing Derek Sloan and Leslyn Lewis as the only choices conscientious pro-lifers should cast a vote for in the ... (Continue reading)

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Red China: The saviour we didn’t know we needed

Talk Turkey Josie Luetke If the mainstream media treated Justin Trudeau the same way they treat Donald Trump, I wouldn’t need to remind you that Trudeau once responded that the national administration that he most admired was Red China’s because of how “their basic dictatorship” has grown their economy. You wouldn’t be allowed to forget. Over the past year, the absurdity of this answer has become increasingly obvious, ... (Continue reading)

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Federal aid to businesses, charities may exclude pro-life, pro-family groups

Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government is forcing businesses, not-for-profits, and registered charities applying for an emergency interest-free loan to help them through the coronavirus lockdown to “confirm” that they do not “discriminate” on the basis of “gender,” “sexual orientation,” and “religion,” among other things, in order to receive the financial help. Borrowers who do not wish to confirm the “non-discrimination” clause are excluded from the government-run program based on this stipulation, which appears to be unique to the Canada Emergency Business Account ... (Continue reading)

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N.B. government stands up to Ottawa’s pressure to fund private abortuary

New Brunswick Progressive Conservative Premier Blaine Higgs has resisted federal pressure to fund the province’s only private abortion facility, Clinic 554, in Fredericton. Last fall, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the provincial government had an “obligation” to extend abortion funding to the private facility and in February, federal Health Minister Patti Hadju filed a report with Parliament about New Brunswick not paying for abortions in private facilities, saying “if they don’t come into compliance with the Canada Health Act, they will ... (Continue reading)

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Tory leadership race resumes

Tory leadership race resumes

Derek Sloan The Conservative Party of Canada’s Leadership Election Organizing Committee (LEOC) met April 29 to discuss how to resume the campaign that was suspended in March due to the coronavirus pandemic. LEOC was also reportedly considering whether or not to disqualify the pro-life leadership candidate MP Derek Sloan. The Hastings-Lennox and Addington MP had criticized federal chief health officer Dr. Theresa Tam, questioning her competence in dealing with the ... (Continue reading)

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Conservative leadership race features two pro-lifers

Conservative leadership race features two pro-lifers

Décarie was barred, Karahalios disqualified With a week to go before the deadline to become a verified candidate for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada, three Campaign Life Coalition-endorsed candidates met the threshold of $300,000 and 3000 signatures to qualify. A fourth, Richard Décarie, had been barred three weeks earlier from running by the Leadership Election Organizing Committee (LEOC). Décarie was not told the reason he was disqualified, although party sources indicate that it was because ... (Continue reading)

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Get even, not mad

Get even, not mad

One pro-lifer barred from running One pro-lifer disqualified Two pro-lifers still in the race Granting that there is time for righteous anger and that revenge is not particularly ennobling, our advice to pro-lifers disgusted that various bodies of the Conservative Party have prevented two pro-life, pro-family candidates from becoming verified candidates for the CPC leadership, is to stay engaged and show the party elite the importance of the ... (Continue reading)

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Dismount the O’Toole train

Dismount the O’Toole train

On Super Tuesday II, I was watching the left-wing YouTube channel The Young Turks while primary results rolled in and I sat up when political pundit Krystal Ball joined the hosts. For some much-needed background, The Young Turks co-founder Cenk Uygur is also one of the founders of Justice Democrats, a political action committee committed to getting “progressives” like Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Ilhan Omar elected. Ball argued that if Joe Biden becomes the Democratic nominee, Sanders supporters have “got ... (Continue reading)

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Décarie barred from Conservative leadership race

Décarie barred from Conservative leadership race

Richard Décarie   The Conservative Party of Canada's Leadership Election Organizing Committee (LEOC) has informed pro-life and pro-family candidate Richard Décarie he is not allowed to contest the party's leadership. In February, Décarie told CTV's Evan Solomon that he did not refer to people as LGBQT, which he labeled a liberal term, saying he looks at every person as an individual, not as a member of an invented term. He was criticized ... (Continue reading)

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Canada Summer Jobs: ideology trumps the rule of law

Law Matters John Carpay Justin Trudeau loves preaching about “diversity,” “tolerance,” and “inclusion.” Sadly, these concepts have no application to Christian summer camps which help underprivileged children to enjoy hiking, swimming, canoeing and campfires. In 2018, the Trudeau government tried to force Canada Summer Jobs applicants to sign an attestation supporting the prime minister’s views on abortion. Trudeau backed down after the Justice Centre and other organizations filed court ... (Continue reading)

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Trudeau’s hypocrisy

Laying Down the Lawton That self-righteous moral superiority that has become so synonymous with Justin Trudeau’s brand appears to end at the Canadian border. On a swing through Africa in February, Trudeau won the support of Senegal in Canada’s bid for a United Nations Security Council seat. The west African nation’s vote came at the expense of the image that Trudeau has attempted to cultivate for himself on Canadian ... (Continue reading)

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Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Race at a Glance

Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Race at a Glance

Click HERE for the contenders for the Conservative Party election June 27th (Continue reading)

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Pro-life leadership contenders need our support

Pro-life leadership contenders need our support

We have been stressing the need for every pro-lifer to take out a membership in the Conservative Party of Canada in order to vote for the pro-life and pro-family candidates running for its leadership. As we went to press, at least three Campaign Life Coalition-endorsed candidates were accepted by the party as approved candidates – Derek Sloan, Leslyn Lewis, and Jim Karahalios. A fourth, Richard Décarie, was awaiting approval ... (Continue reading)

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Wagantall tables sex-selective abortion bill

Wagantall tables sex-selective abortion bill

Cathay Wagantall On Feb. 26, Conservative MP Cathay Wagantall (Yorkton-Melville) introduced Bill C-233, the Sex Selective Abortion Act, a private member’s bill that, if passed, will create a new penalty for medical practitioners who commit an abortion when the only reason is the genetic sex of the pre-born child. In a statement, Wagantall said, “Sex selective abortion is antithetical to our commitment to equality and needs to be prohibited as an ... (Continue reading)

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Trudeau Liberals table expansive euthanasia bill

Trudeau Liberals table expansive euthanasia bill

Federal government bill guts euthanasia safeguards. On Feb. 24, the Trudeau government tabled legislation that would make Canada’s euthanasia law the most permissive in the world according to anti-euthanasia groups. Bill C-7 was introduced by Justice Minister David Lametti and, if passed without amendment, the Act to amend the Criminal Code (medical assistance in dying) will liberalize the three-year-old euthanasia law. It will include people who ... (Continue reading)

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