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Why the abortion law was changed

Paul Tuns looks at the decade long campaign to legalize abortion leading up to the Omnibus Bill. (Continue reading)

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The Trudeau revolution

In the 1970s and 1980s, a solitary figure wearing a hat and dark glasses would slip into the back pew of Ottawa’s Notre Dame Basilica on Sussex Drive, several times a week, just in time to attend Mass. Forty years ago, this solitary devotee of the Mass began his tenure as Prime Minister of Canada, and instigated and institutionalized a legal, ... (Continue reading)

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Startling revelations found in Morgentaler’s letter to Trudeau

Pro-lifers have long known that the Canadian political elite of the 1960s and 1970s was strongly in favour of abortion, at least in principle. After all, it was a Liberal government - supported by a liberal media - that first legalized the practice in 1969. But Canadians now know that those elites supported abortion, not just in principle, but in practice as well. And our source for this ... (Continue reading)

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