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News Release: New Abortion Policy in New Brunswick

For Immediate Release November 26, 2014

 

 

NB Right to Life executive director Peter Ryan deplores the news that the provincial government plans to remove a regulation restricting provincial abortions.

 

“This news means open season on children in the womb,” Ryan said. “It will dramatically increase our  …read more|en savoir plus

Dutch health minister calls for tighter euthanasia guidelines

Alex Schadenberg, LifeSiteNews | November 18, 2014

Dutch Health Minister, Edith Schippers, reacted to comments by Professor Theo Boer by calling for tighter guidelines for euthanasia. Boer, an ethicist who was a member of a Euthanasia Review Committee for 9 years, oversaw more than 4000 euthanasia cases in the Netherlands.

Recently Boer wrote …read more|en savoir plus

Statement on the Provincial Election

Sept. 24, 2014

New Brunswick Right to Life is greatly concerned that the province’s current restrictions on abortion will be removed as a result of yesterday’s election.

“While our organization is non-partisan politically, the prospect of a changed policy that could greatly increase New Brunswick’s abortion rate worries us,” said executive director Peter …read more|en savoir plus

Bishop to Catholics: Vote using ‘Christian conscience’

Election Another top official says church ‘concerned’ with ongoing abortion debate

by Adam Huras Legislative Bureau, Telegraph Journal Sept. 16, 2014

One of the highest ranking Catholic officials in New Brunswick is urging parishioners across the province to vote according to their“Christian conscience” – with a question of “strong, moral …read more|en savoir plus

Doctors: Abortion Not Necessary to Save Mothers’ Lives

http://afterabortion.org/2014/doctors-abortion-not-necessary-to-save-mothers-lives/

Abortion and Women’s Health REFERENCES

ABORTION AND WOMEN’S HEALTH Some people think removing all abortion restrictions - and using your tax dollars to end unborn babies’ lives on demand - would be good for women’s health. They could not be more wrong.

 

Consider the following data from …read more|en savoir plus

TAXPAYER-FUNDED ABORTION DEMAND: WHERE LEADERS STAND

AGAINST:  Progressive Conservative Leader David Alward

Mr. Alward opposes a policy of taxpayer-funded abortion on demand for both hospitals and private clinics. His government adamantly opposed public funding for the Morgentaler Clinic.  However, he favors allowing “medically necessary” abortions performed by an obstetrician-gynecologist in a hospital with the approval of two doctors, …read more|en savoir plus

The New Brunswick Election and the Abortion Debate

http://www.sunnewsnetwork.ca/video/search/all/source/battleground/new-brunswick-abortion-debate/3748780279001

What’s at stake

Before 800 people at the 2014 March for Life held at the New Brunswick Legislature, Executive Director Peter Ryan outlined what is at stake in the current abortion controversy:

“Every year about 7,000 children are born in New Brunswick. What a beautiful thing that is. But sadly, ever so sadly, every year more than …read more|en savoir plus

No choice but pro-choice: Gallant lowers boom on candidates

                     New Brunswick Right to Life                  

P.O. Box 113, Station A, Fredericton, NB E3B 4Y2   Tel. (506) 459-8990 or Toll-free 1-888-796-9600.  Fax (506) 454-8093. Email nbrl.assist@nb.aibn.com. Office: 562 Brunswick Street, Fredericton   Website: www.nbrighttolife.ca

Life …read more|en savoir plus