Pro-lifers and the Conservative Party

Unlike some media that looked back at the 2010s to comment on the decade’s meaning, we did not do any retrospective articles or commentary when the calendar flipped on January first to begin the 2020s. But with a federal Conservative Party leadership race underway, we look back at recent political history and the impact of pro-life and pro-family Canadians in the various [...]

2020-01-31T15:49:47-05:00January 29, 2020|Announcements, Editorials, Election, Features, Politics|

The Conservatives and The Interim

We often hear from readers that this paper seems too supportive of the Conservative Party. Campaign Life Coalition hears from their supporters that they are in the bag for the Tories. We appreciate why it seems this way, but it is not true. We are not partisan. We are pro-life. Unfortunately, in Canadian politics today the only major party that allows pro-life [...]

2020-01-31T21:01:59-05:00January 29, 2020|Conservatives, Editorials, Election, Politics|

Richard Décarie, first pro-lifer in 2020 Conservative leadership race

Québec strategist who helped Harper unite the right in 2003, under attack for comments on LGBTQ Richard Décarie has been pilloried for his socially conservative stances. A bilingual political activist who was Stephen Harper’s Québec lieutenant when the former leader united the right, has launched his own bid to become leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. Richard Décarie, who [...]

2020-01-30T05:32:48-05:00January 28, 2020|Announcements, Conservatives, Election, Features, Politics|

Potential CPC leadership candidates

Tanya Granic Allen       Age: 39 Province: Ontario Personal life: Married, four children Political experience: Ran for Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership (2018) Fun fact: Former head of Campaign Life Coalition Youth. Life/family record: 100% Pro-life and pro-family             Rona Ambrose     Age: 50 Province: Alberta Personal life: Married twice. Political [...]

2020-01-27T11:24:58-05:00January 27, 2020|Election, Issues, Politics|

Alberta MLA vows to keep fighting for conscience rights

A rookie Alberta politician is pressing forward with his private member’s conscience rights bill despite controversy and an unrelated tragedy that has inadvertently impeded the bill’s progress. United Conservative Party MLA Dan Williams says that no matter what becomes of Bill 207, he’ll keep fighting for conscience rights’ protection. “I hear that every single day, wherever I go, that this is an [...]

2020-01-27T09:32:07-05:00January 27, 2020|Conscience Legislation, Human rights, Politics, Religion|

Transgender convicts terrorize women in all-female Canadian prisons

Correctional Services Canada (CSC) has been quietly transferring some of the country’s most notorious and violent male criminals to women’s prisons because they are claiming to be “female.” Former inmate and prison advocate Heather Mason told the Toronto Sun’sBrad Hunter that male criminals housed with women include serial pedophile Matthew “Madilyn” Harks (reportedly now released); contract killer Fallon Aubee; child killer and [...]

2020-01-27T09:28:17-05:00January 27, 2020|Society & Culture, Transgender|

Quebec may let doctors euthanize patients suffering from dementia without their active consent

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition executive director Alex Schadenberg says incompetent individuals will not have autonomy and choice. The Quebec government is opening public consultations on allowing doctors to euthanize sick people with Alzheimer’s, dementia, and other degenerative diseases who are no longer able to give their consent. Coalition Avenir Québec’s Health minister Danielle McCann announced at a press conference that all [...]

2020-01-25T21:23:40-05:00January 24, 2020|Euthanasia|

And then there was this …

Canada There has been pressure both within New Brunswick and from federal politicians for the provincial government to fund Clinic 554 in Fredericton. The private facility is threatening to close its door for good because the for-profit killing centre claimed “it is financially unsustainable for us to keep our doors open.” It’s website says, “We are committed to sex-positive, gender-celebratory care, anti-racist [...]

2020-01-25T21:17:55-05:00January 24, 2020|And then there was this...|

CCRL honours Fr. Van Hee

Phil Horgan and Christian Elia present Fr. Tony Van Hee with the Archbishop Adam Exner Award for Excellence in Public Life at the annual Catholic Civil Rights League dinner on Nov. 25th, 2019. The Catholic Civil Rights League honoured Fr. Van Hee with the Archbishop Adam Exner Award for Excellence in Public Life, presenting him with a plaque at its [...]

2020-01-27T08:47:29-05:00January 20, 2020|Pro-Life, Religion|

Science as saviour and enemy

The worst argument I ever had with an old and dear friend was about Darwin. It only occurred to me later that – like almost any argument we have today where someone expresses even a scintilla of doubt about Darwin, “Darwinism” and the theory of evolution – we were really arguing about God, and whether even a suggestion of the divine was [...]

2020-01-17T13:59:57-05:00January 17, 2020|Announcements, Features, Issues, Rick McGinnis, Society & Culture|

Transgender ideology targets children

National Affairs Rory Leishman In Ottawa couple deserves immense credit for their resolute opposition to the transgender propaganda that was persistently inflicted on their six-year-old daughter in a Grade 1 class at an Ottawa public school. According to an application before the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, the teacher (JB) of the daughter in this case (NB) allegedly initiated a series of [...]

2020-01-17T13:41:52-05:00January 15, 2020|Rory Leishman, Society & Culture, Transgender|

Ban on deadnaming shuts down debate

Andrew Lawton I’ve seen more doctors in my life than I can count, yet never once have I felt the need to see a gynecologist. And why would I? I don’t think I’m oversharing to say that I lack the parts that any respectable gynecologist would be comfortable working on. So does Jessica Yaniv, the transgender individual who has catapulted [...]

Toronto trustee who opposed LGBTQ evil responds to critics

Editor’s Note: Michael Del Grande is a Toronto Catholic District School Board trustee under attack from LGBT activists and their allies. Del Grande, along with Theresa Lubinski, Garry Tanuan, and Nancy Crawford, voted Nov. 7 against adding “gender identity” and “gender expression” to the TCDSB’s code of conduct. He warned the TCDSB was heading down a “slippery slope” by adding terms that endorse [...]

My 2020 vision: 20/20 vision

Talk Turkey Josie Luetke I apologize that many of my columns are just a series of complaints. People – pro-lifers and myself included – are dumb. We regularly arrive at foolish moral positions and while that cannot be totally avoided, I hope the frequency of this misfortune could be at least reduced by attempting to utilize a proper system of [...]

2020-01-10T09:11:31-05:00January 10, 2020|Josie Luetke, Society & Culture|

Some tough questions about bans on ‘conversion therapy’

Law Matters John Carpay Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau declared in 1969 that “there’s no place for the state in the bedrooms of the nation,” and that the government should ignore “what’s done in private between adults.” On that basis, his Liberal government proceeded to remove sodomy from the Criminal Code. Today, 50 years later, some Canadians believe that government should [...]

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