Monthly Archives: August 2005


Birth control, abortion drugs creating havoc on several fronts

Dina Kok The Interim Depo-Provera, an injectable method of birth control, has recently received a health warning from Health Canada. According to recent studies, women who use the progesterone injection for more than two years have a significant risk of bone-density loss that can be irreversible. The warning follows the findings of two clinical trials of 12 to 18 year olds and [...]

2010-08-26T09:20:01-04:00August 30, 2005|Abortion, Sex Education|

Huge threat posed by euthanasia bill

Proposed legislation attacks vulnerable Canadians who need to be protectedAnalysis by Alex Schadenberg The Interim On June 15, MP Francine Lalonde (Bloc Québécois - La Pointe-de-l’Île) introduced Bill C-407, an act to amend the Criminal Code for the right to “die with dignity.” This bill would amend Sections 222 and 241 of the Criminal Code. Section 222 of concerns homicide. The prohibition [...]

2010-08-26T09:20:11-04:00August 30, 2005|Euthanasia|

Gay ‘marriage’ now law

In the month of June, a parliamentary committee held hearings on C-38, the government’s same-sex “marriage” legislation. The House accepted the committee’s report, debated the issue, considered amendments and passed the bill 158-133 on June 28. The next day, the bill received first reading in the Senate, which proceeded to conduct its own hearings, close down debate and pass it by a [...]

2010-08-26T09:20:19-04:00August 30, 2005|Editorials, Marriage and Family|

A suggestion for UWO

When the University of Western Ontario awarded notorious abortionist Henry Morgentaler an honourary doctor of laws degree as part of its spring convocation ceremonies this year, vice-president Greg Moran justified the move by claiming the choice of such a controversial recipient was in keeping with the university’s commitment to “open, courageous, respectful and civil debate,” which leads to “a humane, caring and [...]

2010-08-26T09:20:26-04:00August 30, 2005|Morgentaler, Pro-Life|
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