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CLC Ontario organizer Sandra Hook, RIP

CLC Ontario organizer Sandra Hook, RIP

Sandra Hook On May 17, Sandra Hook, died at the age of 57 following a battle with cancer. Born in Montreal, she had 12 siblings. For the past 20 years she was the Ontario organizer for Campaign Life Coalition working alongside the provincial president Mary Ellen Douglas. Douglas told The Interim, “Sandra was a very private person, so when she was diagnosed with cancer four years ago, very few people ... (Continue reading)

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Michaeline Bennet, RIP

Michaeline Bennet, RIP

Michaeline Bennet A long-time former advertising manager for The Interim, Michaeline Bennet, passed away suddenly on Feb. 13 at the age of 79 Bennet came to the paper in the early 1990s through her sister Lee Zern. When Bennet left in 1994, she was replaced in the position by her sister Marsha Hadley. Bennet and Hadley expanded the paper’s advertising base from Catholic churches to Ukrainian Catholic churches reflecting their upbringing ... (Continue reading)

Rev. Hudson Hilsden, RIP

Rev. Hudson Hilsden, RIP

Rev. Hudson Hilsden Rev. Hudson Taylor Hilsden, a leading pro-life Pentecostal minister in the 1980s, passed away March 28 at the age of 90. Rev. Hilsden was an active pro-lifer in the 1980s, present at various pickets and protests and encouraging his flock to take part with him, and was a regular speaker at pro-life conferences. As national coordinator of “Social Concerns and Public Relations” for the The Pentecostal Assemblies ... (Continue reading)

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MP praises CLC Sask leader

MP praises CLC Sask leader

Editor’s Note: On March 10, Conservative MP Brad Trost (Saskatoon—University) praised Denise Hounjet-Roth, president of Campaign Life Coalition Saskatchewan. Here are his remarks. Conservative MP Brad Trost honoured Denise Hounjet-Roth during statements in the House of Commons. Madam Speaker, I rise today to recognize one of my constituents. Born in Prud’homme, Saskatchewan, Denise Hounjet-Roth has brought zeal to ... (Continue reading)

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Joanne Dieleman: The Activist

Joanne Dieleman: The Activist

Joanne Dieleman with two saved babies at Aid to Women. Have things looked bleaker than they do today with assisted suicide and euthanasia recently legalized, abortion available on demand, embryonic stem cell research, designer babies, and organ harvesting for transplants already underway. Is there hope for the pro-life cause today? Perhaps the long perspective of someone who participated at the frontlines ... (Continue reading)

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Thankfulness for family Surviving the Nazi occupation

Thankfulness for family Surviving the Nazi occupation

Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt of a long essay was written by Niel Slykerman in June 1985 which was found by Maria Slykerman in October 2015. Niel was president of Campaign Life Coalition Manitoba and passed away in 2000. To a large degree the way people turn out as individuals in society is related to their background. My background includes being raised in a large family. Being the second oldest from a family of 10, I ... (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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Mary Wagner refuses bail

Mary Wagner refuses bail

Pro-life prisoner of conscience Mary Wagner arrested on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patroness of the unborn. Mary Wagner was arrested on Dec. 12 and charged with two counts of failing to comply with a probation order and one of causing mischief under $5,000 after allegedly entering the ... (Continue reading)

Pro-Life activist James V. McManamy Sr., RIP

Pro-Life activist James V. McManamy Sr., RIP

James V. McManamy Sr. After a brief illness, on Sept. 11, my father, James V. McManamy Sr. went to his eternal rest. When he got to the other side, I have that the words he heard were “well done good and faithful servant, for I was hungry and you gave me to eat.” Besides his greatest joy, his three children, 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren, Jim ... (Continue reading)

Gibbons awaits trial seven weeks after arrest

Linda Gibbons Fifty days after her Sept. 2 arrest outside the Morgentaler abortion facility on Hillsdale Avenue Linda Gibbons remains in jail. And following her silent and brief Tuesday morning appearance in College Park Court, via video from the Vanier Center for Women, the 67-year-old pro-life grandmother will remain behind bars yet another week, as her case was put off until next week. A representative for Gibbons’s lawyer, Daniel Santoro, ... (Continue reading)

Father Ted Colleton Scholarship

Father Ted Colleton Scholarship

Application for Scholarship HERE                                           (Continue reading)

Willke honoured by pro-life movement

Willke honoured by pro-life movement

Brad Matters of Life Issues Institute, and host of the evening, and Rep. Chris Smith who rushed to attend the reception after a late night voting in Congress.On July 21, the memorial reception honouring the life and legacy of the late Dr. ... (Continue reading)

‘Free Mary Wagner’ protest greets Harper during Poland visit

While visiting a Canadian warship on his trip to Poland, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper wasn’t just shadowed by Russian frigates. He was also followed by Polish pro-lifers protesting his country’s treatment of pro-life prisoner of conscience Mary Wagner. On June 9, the Right to Life Foundation (Fundacja Pro-Prawo do žycia) organized another picket in front of the Canadian embassy in Warsaw to protest Wagner’s persecution. Wagner is a soft-spoken woman who has been jailed for trying to dissuade women from ... (Continue reading)

Mary Wagner gets four more months in jail

Mary Wagner gets four more months in jail

Mary Wagner Judge Mavin Wong sentenced pro-life prisoner of conscience Mary Wagner to 10 months in jail May 5, following Wagner’s April 16 conviction on one count of mischief and two of breach of probation. Crown prosecutor Craig Power asked for a sentence of six months for the mischief charge, and ten months for the breach of probation charges. Power also asked that Wagner be credited 6.75 months (based roughly ... (Continue reading)

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Linda Gibbons released after seven weeks in jail

Linda Gibbons released  after seven weeks in jail

Linda Gibbons Pro-life prisoner of conscience Linda Gibbons walked free May 15 after more than seven weeks in jail following her March 24 arrest outside a Toronto abortion facility while peacefully sidewalk counseling. Gibbons has been arrested numerous times in the past for violating “bubble zone” laws that prohibit pro-life activities within a certain radius of Toronto-area abortion facilities. A day after Canada’s National March for Life, which was dedicated to ... (Continue reading)

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