Articles Tagged ‘Campaign Life Coalition’

Independent candidate runs against sex-ed in Scarborough-Rouge River

Queenie Yu says that "complaining is useless" so she's running as an independent candidate in an Ontario by-election in order to put her principles into action. The principle in question is Kathleen Wynne's radical sex-ed curriculum which Yu says "will do harm to children." Yu is running on one issue: to fully repeal the sex-ed curriculum that the Liberal government introduced in 2015. The independent candidate told The Interim she wants to inform voters in Scarborough-Rouge River through her website, lawn ... (Continue reading)

Our coverage of Canada’s National March for Life

One of our two cover stories from the June edition of the paper is now online: "Massive National March for Life." There are also plenty of photos. The Interim thanks and congratulates everyone who participated in the National March for Life organized by Campaign Life Coalition, as well as the many thousands who took part in eight regional marches across the country (Victoria, Edmonton, Regina, Winnipeg, Fredericton, Charlottetown, Halifax, and St. John's). The other cover story is our coverage and ... (Continue reading)

Upcoming Ontario pro-life conferences

Campaign Life Coalition is hosting a series of smaller pro-life conferences in three Ontario cities this Fall: Kitchener (September 15), Ajax (September 22), and Sudbury (October 13). Details and registration forms are available here. Each event is $25 including lunch and is held on a single day. It is inexpensive and convenient. Paul Tuns, editor of The Interim, will be speaking at the Kitchener Pro-Life Forum on "Why a small pro-life paper will outlast the CBC." While the Sudbury promo poster says Paul Tuns will be speaking there on ... (Continue reading)

CLC announces change in B.C. leadership

A press release from Campaign Life Coalition: Campaign Life Coalition announces change in B.C. leadership For Immediate Release Toronto, Aug. 3, 2012 - Campaign Life Coalition (CLC) announced today that as of Tuesday July 26, 2012, John Hof, president of CLC British Columbia, had resigned from his post to pursue other pro-life work in the province. The CLC National Office in Toronto will administer CLC B.C. on behalf of the National Board until a new leader is announced in the Fall. “We respect John’s ... (Continue reading)

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