The Question of Access: News Release Feb. 5, 2016

Abortion rights activists had a public meeting yesterday at UNB. “Abortion in New Brunswick” was the topic. NB Right to Life executive director Peter Ryan released the following comments. It’s not hard to figure out what these folks are up to. They will complain loudly about “not enough access,” without of course offering any …read more|en savoir plus

Uniform coercive policy urged for all Canadian physicians

Project submission to the Saskatchewan College of Physicians discloses details News Release | Protection of Conscience Project

The Protection of Conscience Project has charged that a controversial policy proposed by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan is unjustified.

The policy, Conscientious Refusal, will require all Saskatchewan physicians who object to a procedure …read more|en savoir plus

Supreme Court seems eerily complacent

Andrew Coyne: Crossing the Rubicon, Supreme Court seems eerily complacent about ramifications of assisted suicide ruling Andrew Coyne | February 6, 2015 | National Post|

One measure of the eerie complacency of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Carter v. Canada (Attorney General) — the euthanasia case — is that it spends more time on …read more|en savoir plus

Canada’s pro-life movement gets a slick, youthful rebranding

by Wendy Gillis, May 08 2012, They will fight to protect the unborn, raise their voices against abortion in Canada — and maybe win an iPod. Pro-lifers will rally on Parliament Hill by the thousands Thursday for the March for Life, an ever-growing annual rally attended by, yes, older activists, but also …read more|en savoir plus

Sorry, We Started Debating Without You.

by Jonathon Van Maren, May 9, 2012, The cat is out of the bag. For the last several months, politicians and commentators have been debating about whether or not the abortion debate should be opened (as my colleague Jojo Ruba noted, if you have to debate that a debate is closed, it probably isn’t.) …read more|en savoir plus

Threats to Life

New challenges to ethics, and to civilization By Conrad Black,  National Review Online 2012, April 12, 2012 Last week, I broached the question of an attempted shift in the long-standing cultural balance in America between the paramountcy of the Judeo-Christian values of the sanctity of life and primacy of the individual will in pursuit of conventional …read more|en savoir plus

Planned Parenthood receives $6M from Ottawa

Lee Berthiaume, Postmedia News · Feb. 1, 2012 OTTAWA – An internal government document says $6-million in funding to an organization that provides abortions in developing countries was guided by Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Muskoka Initiative on maternal and child health – but not actually part of it. Postmedia News obtained the document through …read more|en savoir plus

MP Exposes CTV’s Biased “Investigation” of Crisis Pregnancy Centres

Maurice Vellacott, MP Saskatoon-Wanuskewin FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Vellacott’s exposé of CTV’s so-called “investigation” of crisis pregnancy centres

Upon seeing CTV’s “investigative report,” Vellacott acting on his own initiative decided to investigate the circumstances that led to it as part of his responsibility as a parliamentarian, to be certain that the broadcast regulations …read more|en savoir plus

UNB pro-life club accuses student council of prejudice

Delay | Student union president says decision took longer than normal to do its due diligence By Heather McLaughlin, Daily Gleaner, Jan. 21, 2012 A 20-member pro-life student group at the University of New Brunswick has finally been granted club status from the UNB student union, but getting there was a path fraught with …read more|en savoir plus

New Brunswick abortion debate could reopen as province seeks to block doctor’s human rights complaint

Tamsin McMahon, National Post,  Jan. 12, 2012 In a case that could reopen New Brunswick’s abortion debate, the provincial government has gone to court to block a hearing into a doctor’s human rights complaint that the province’s restrictive abortion laws prevent her from providing proper medical care and discriminate against her as a female …read more|en savoir plus