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Pro-life MPs bid adieu

Earlier this week Rob Anders and Garry Breitkreuz, pro-life Conservative MPs who are not running for re-election, made statements in the House of Commons saying good-bye to colleagues and thanking supporters. There are two excerpts worth highlighting. Yesterday, Breitkreuz (Yorkton-Melville) said: I will give members an idea of what has moulded my career here. I became a Christian when I was in university. It was a huge struggle for me. I was challenged to scratch below the ... (Continue reading)

When young people ‘get it’

Cosmopolitan blogger Rebecca Rose is enamored with the story of five-year-old Yasmeen, who procrastinated on her homework recently by writing a short letter to President Obama. From the post: "Please stop war for our world, instead have a meeting," Yasmeen wrote. "Please give a speech to tell everyone they can marry who they want."  Yasmeen's letter is pretty perfect and lots of people found it adorable and incredibly ... (Continue reading)

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Socons treated worst than lepers

John Robson has a good piece in the National Post noting that after Patrick Brown won the Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership, the condemnation of his social conservative views was near-universal in the media as he was advised to dump his socon supporters and tack to the center on social issues. Robson says that socons are treated worst than lepers considering that nowadays lepers are treated with compassion while social conservatives are shunned as icky relics of a bigoted bygone ... (Continue reading)

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NDP priorities: eliminating people in developing world

The Ottawa Citizen reports, "An NDP government would lift the ban on Canadian foreign aid dollars being used for safe abortions in the world’s poorest countries, Tom Mulcair will announce Tuesday." In 2010, the Conservative government initiated a maternal health program that did not fund abortions in the developing world. The so-called Muskoka Initiative funded nutrition programs, sanitation infrastructure, and safe obstetrics so mothers can deliver their babies healthy and alive. The focus on the maternal health program ... (Continue reading)

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Anti-sex ed rally at Queen’s Park

It's nice to see that the CBC's Mike Crawley says that a half-hour before the 11 am start the crowd "is rather large already" for the anti-sex ed rally at Queen's Park today. Last time several reporters claimed dozens when it was in fact hundreds of protesters. Liberal MPPs, including Premier Kathleen Wynne, have faced numerous protests over the government's radical plan to "update" the province's early sex-ed curriculum, and unless the government withdraws its proposal and works with ... (Continue reading)

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Did Justin Trudeau really say abortion is Canada’s greatest achievement

So I saw Paul Tuns' link to Justin Trudeau's speech last week on "Canadian Liberty" and the Liberal Leader was conspicuous, as he usually is, in talking about liberty or Charter values, without being specific. Liberty is just this thing he invokes, because Liberals need to be about Liberty, he says. There is an exception to his lack of specificity, and that's abortion. Justin Trudeau thinks that abortion is a really good thing. In fact, Justin Trudeau believes ... (Continue reading)

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Liberals want rushed debate on assisted suicide before election

What the Trudeau Liberals are doing makes no sense. The Canadian Press reports that federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau wants the Conservative government to make clear how it plans to respond to the Supreme Court's decision on assisted-suicide before October's scheduled election.Earlier this month, the Supreme Court of Canada threw out the Criminal Code prohibitions on euthanasia and assisted-suicide and told Parliament it has one year to create a new law. If Parliament does not create a new law, there will ... (Continue reading)

‘Boyhood’ reviewed

Rick McGinnis reviewed Boyhood last year, in which he said it is a "film populated with liberal characters, created from a very liberal sensibility, ends up confirming a deeply conservative tenet simply because you can’t argue with emotional facts." Divorce sucks. (Continue reading)

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What you can do about the Supreme Court assisted-suicide decision?

On February 6, the Supreme Court of Canada threw out the Criminal Code prohibition on euthanasia and doctor-assisted suicide. Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, says his organization wants the Canadian government to invoke the notwithstanding clause and urges citizens to contact their MPs to request they stand up for vulnerable Canadians. He includes a list of talking points: People with disabilities oppose assisted suicide. Assisted suicide debate masks disability prejudice. Assisted suicide has devalued the ... (Continue reading)

The worst public policy idea ever

The Ottawa Citizen reports that former NDP Premier and Liberal MP Ujjal Dosanjh told the Canadian Senate national security hearings that houses of worship and private schools should be federally licensed. He wants to know what is being taught in these places to ensure that extremism is not being propagated. Dosanjh says that upholding Canadian values will be the litmus test for recognition of any such institution. This may be well-meaning enough, designed to prevent the teaching of murder ... (Continue reading)

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Queen’s Park protest vs. sex-ed (Feb. 24)

There is a protest on February 24 from 11 am to 2 pm against the Ontario government and its plan to implement a radical sex-ed curriculum, a program that the Liberal government won't let parents see until sometime later this Spring (even though the government hopes to implement it by September). Two Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership candidates, Patrick Brown and Monte McNaughton, are speaking. Concerned parents and grandparents (and other citizens) should plan to be there to ... (Continue reading)

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Canadian Supreme Court ignores Parliament in doctor-assisted suicide ruling

With the precedent-shattering ruling in Carter v. Canada on Feb. 6, nine robed dictators on the Supreme Court of Canada not only struck down the longstanding ban on physician-assisted suicide in the Criminal Code: They also delivered a lethal blow to democracy and the rule of law in Canada. Consider the evidence: Gloria Taylor, the now deceased person who initiated the Carter case, was tragically afflicted with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the same progressive, incurable, paralysing disease that afflicted Sue Rodriguez, the principal in , Rodriguez v. ... (Continue reading)

Reaction to Canada Supreme Court euthanasia decision

Yesterday the Supreme Court of Canada threw out Criminal Code restrictions on doctor-assisted suicide and euthanasia. Wesley Smith says the decision proves words don't mean anything anymore, because according to the nine justices of the SCOC, "An irremediable condition may be one that is wholly remediable." Alex Schadenberg, executive director of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition (and a member of this paper's editorial advisory board), writes about the decision in the National Post today. While the SCOC urges Parliament ... (Continue reading)

Canada Supreme Court allows assisted-suicide

Alex Schadenberg of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition summarizes it all quite nicely: "The Supreme Court of Canada has made an activist decision by giving physicians the right in law to cause the death of people by assisted suicide." I have quickly read the 44-page decision and it seems that the legal reasoning provided is just window dressing on a political choice to throw out the Criminal Code prohibition on physician-assisted suicide. While the SCOC has urged Parliament to write a ... (Continue reading)

100 days until National March for Life

The National March for Life in Ottawa is 100 days from today. Please make plans to attend. See you there. All of the provinces except Ontario, Quebec, and Prince Edward Island have their March for Life on the same day. Here is our coverage of last year's National March for Life. (Continue reading)

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