Donald DeMarco emphasizes the importance of distinguishing what is real and what is nonsense regarding the politicized issues of the day.
Editor's note: The following is in response to a speech delivered by National Post columnist Barbara Kay to the Live for Life club at Western University, and reprinted in the Post Feb. 4. Chesterton wrote somewhere that "truth alone can be exaggerated; nothing else can stand the strain." Certainly the liquidation of millions of unborn children is one of those [...]
An examination of the fruitless results of a secular mindset.
With the separation of fertility from intimacy, human reproduction has become like any other kind of production.
In contrast to the disappointing events at St. Mary's University in Nova Scotia, two separate Canadian university pro-life clubs have recently experienced small victories; namely, the granting of club status after long periods of opposition. Is seems that official club status for campus pro-life groups is becoming a rare luxury. The two groups in question are Youth Protecting Youth at the [...]
Royal Hamel discusses tolerance and freedom of expression when it comes to campus pro-life.
The Institute of Marriage and Family Canada is critical of recent budgetary moves on the part of the Federal government, as they missed the opportunity to help families, as well as stimulate the Canadian economy.
Interim editor Paul Tuns takes a look at the kick-off rally for the Canadian 40 Days for Life, which will run until April 5th.
As Obama packs his administration with pro-aborts, pro-lifers are called to take a firm stand.
The Interim remembers the wonderful work of author Jacqueline Kasun, who passed away recently at the age of 84.
Pete Vere takes a look at the life of the BC pro-life activist originally involved with the infamous ‘bubble zone law’, currently working with Nurses for Life.
Canada For the first time in 11 years, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has given its full support to the annual Canadian National March for Life, to be held this year on May 14. Six bishops, including St. Catharines Bishop James Wingle, Quebec City Cardinal Marc Ouellet, Toronto Archbishop Thomas Collins and Ottawa Archbishop Terrence Prendergast will participate in the event [...]
Part one of a story of personal and familial loss, addressing an often unseen pain.
Anti-life mob rule seems the rule of the day at St. Mary’s University in Halifax.
The Interim interviews Dr. Nathanson, the famous abortionist-turned pro-life activist.