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After-Birth Abortion Happening in Canada?

No matter where you stand on abortion, surely we should all be horrified that 491 babies were born alive and left to die between 2000 and 2009 in Canada, as confirmed by Statistics Canada. 120 more words


uOSFL Hosts MP Stephen Woodworth: Discussion on Motion 312

Parliament may not want to discuss the hot topic of when life begins, but we do!

Come join us on Monday, December 3rd at 7 PM… 120 more words


Motion 312 debate: no compelling argument not to re-open the debate on abortion

In his book “The Clash of Orthodoxies”, Princeton University professor Robert P. George tells of a conversation he had in June 1991 with now-U.S. 1,970 more words


After Motion 312, What Now?

Wondering what to do now that the vote on Motion 312 is over? First, see how your MP voted and send an email thanking them… 104 more words


Barbara Kay: Neither sex has a monopoly on victimization

In the Letters section today, Daniela Lobo of Toronto, responding to my defence of Rona Ambrose’s affirmative vote for Motion 312, which would permit a discussion on when human life begins, poses the question, “Does the government have the right to impose regulations on a woman’s body?” She does not believe it should. 728 more words

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Motions, In Motion and Emotions: Abortion and The Loss of a Child.


Ever since M312 was defeated the topic of abortion and the debate as to when a being acquires the right to life is everywhere.  So while we can lament the fact that our government won’t even talk about it, we can be glad that the topic is “hot” right now and being discussed at dinner tables, college campuses and coffee shops around the country.  921 more words

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Monique David: Quebec media toes the pro-abortion line in denouncing Ambrose

My morning routine includes an attentive perusal of four newspapers: the Post, the Globe, La Presse and Le Devoir. It is always interesting – and sometimes fascinating – to witness the differing perspectives. 760 more words

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