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DARLENE PAWLIK— FROM VICTIM TO VICTORY

Darlene Pawlik (NH, USA) in Fredericton

FREDERICTON LEGISLATURE, MAY 14, 2015| The following transcript is the personal testimony of Darlene Pawlik given at the 2015 March for Life

I just want to thank you all for being here, to be able to stand up and advocate for someone else who has …read more|en savoir plus

CALLED TO BE WITNESSES FOR LIFE – March for Life Mass, May 14, 2015

Bishop Robert Harris, Archbishop Valéry Vienneau (seated) and many priests celebrated mass for a March for Life congregation.

Bishop Robert Harris of the Diocese of Saint John and Archbishop Valéry Vienneau of the Archdiocese of Moncton along with many priests of the diocese, concelebrated a special mass for a large assembly of …read more|en savoir plus

Why Disability Rights Advocates Oppose Assisted Suicide

http://www.syracuse.com/opinion/index.ssf/2015/05/why_disability_rights_advocates_oppose_assisted_suicide_commentary.html

Over 600 attend March for Life in Fredericton

“March for Life Features Remarks from American Pro-Life Advocate, former Lieutenant-Governor” | The New Freeman | Barry Mackenzie

FREDERICTON – Nearly 600 people gathered on the lawn of the Provincial Legislature here on Thursday, May 14th, for the annual March for Life. Carrying banners and signs with slogans like “Thanks Mom – for Life” …read more|en savoir plus

Over 300 Attend Benefit Dinner

On June 1 over 300 people attended the 15th Annual Focus on Life Benefit Dinner sponsored by Fredericton Right to Life.

Guest speakers were past Lieutenant-Governor Graydon Nicholas and his wife Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Nicholas stated that, “Abortion cannot be defined as a reproductive right because a human being already exists. To …read more|en savoir plus

Does the recent Supreme Court Of Canada Decision Carter v. Canada legalize euthanasia? Or only assisted suicide?

I examine this question in the below article. I argue that it is far from clear that the Court has in fact authorized euthanasia.

My article is a reply to Jocelyn Downie’s contention that Carter definitely does make it legal for doctors to use both “the prescription and the syringe.” Her article is …read more|en savoir plus

Poll tells different tale about abortion funding

Letters to the Editor, Daily Gleaner | March 21, 2015

In recent months the provincial government has made major changes in the province’s abortion policy. A key part was overhauling the Medicare funding regulation. We at New Brunswick Right to Life commissioned a study to see if the public supported the funding change.

…read more|en savoir plus

Poll: New Brunswickers do not support abortion policy

NEWS RELEASE For immediate release March 17, 2015

New Brunswickers Do Not Support Abortion Policy

Most New Brunswickers do not endorse the province’s new abortion policy introduced by the Liberal government. That’s the finding of a Corporate Research Associates poll carried out Feb. 12-March 2.

The survey found that while a clear …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