Organizers and participants were thrilled with the 2013 March for Life which took place in Fredericton on May 16. Over 400 people took part in the day’s events which included two prayer services for life, a rally at the Legislature, a walk through downtown streets, and a prayer vigil near the Morgentaler abortion facility.
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April 16 2013 For Immediate Release
Ottawa, ON – Those Canadians most likely to be affected by legal euthanasia—the elderly and the disabled—are more strongly opposed to changing the law than others, according to a March Environics poll. Among Canadians over the age of 60, 49% …read more|en savoir plus
by John Jalsevac LifesiteNews.com Apr 02, 2013
This ain’t your mother’s ultrasound.
The Daily Mail reported last week on the development of next-generation 3D ultrasound technology that is offering the clearest picture yet inside the womb.
According to the Mail, “The software takes a conventional 3D ultrasound scan and adds …read more|en savoir plus
February 28 , 2013 For Immediate Release
Ottawa, ON – A majority of young Canadians say abortions should not be legal after 12 weeks gestation according to an Environics poll conducted last month. Almost 80% of 18-29 year-olds polled opposed legal third trimester abortions and 55% opposed second trimester abortions. …read more|en savoir plus
January 28, 2013 For Immediate Release
Ottawa, ON – While some may celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision to strike down Canada’s existing abortion law, LifeCanada will mark today as one of national mourning. For 25 years, …read more|en savoir plus
Canadians still grapple with whether abortion is right just because it is legal
By Mike Schouten, Vancouver Sun, January 27, 2013
The cognitive dissonance between what we know about embryology and what we believe about abortion rights is rapidly eroding.
Abortion has been ingrained in North American culture for decades. Later this month pro-choice advocates …read more|en savoir plus
By Sherif Emil, Special to The Gazette, January 17, 2013
At the entry to Paris’s oldest hospital, the Hôtel Dieu, are these words: “To cure occasionally, to relieve often, to comfort always.” Medical historians ascribe this aphorism to Hippocrates, who also gave us our medical oath, an important principle of which …read more|en savoir plus