Monthly Archives: January 2023

Here we go again

It might have been the first 60 Minutes of 2023, but it was the same old baloney as the Jan. 1, broadcast of that long-time CBS staple of Sunday evening program trotted out disgraced doomsayer Paul Ehrlich. The author of the infamous 1968 book The Population Bomb has been peddling the end of humanity scaremongering for more than 50 years and 60 [...]

2023-01-31T11:00:38-05:00January 31, 2023|Demography, Population|

Post-modern society ignores well-being of children

The Abandoned Generation by Gabriele Kuby (St. Augustine’s Press, $21, 195 pages)   Angelica Vecchiato, Review: In a modern world driven by individualism, where the immediate prioritization of the self has been valued over care of the other, humanity has been pulled apart at its seams—and forsaken children are the unfortunate byproduct. The young generation has been pushed to the margins of society, at best [...]

2023-01-30T14:30:04-05:00January 30, 2023|Marriage and Family, Reviews|

CLC calls for legal protection of the unborn

Paul Tuns: On Jan. 26, Campaign Life Coalition held a press conference in front of the Supreme Court of Canada calling upon Parliament to pass a law protecting all human beings from the moment of fertilization and, if the federal legislature fails to do so for the Supreme Court to provide Charter protection to preborn children. The press conference was held two [...]

2023-01-27T18:44:06-05:00January 27, 2023|Abortion, Politics|

Rabona HU kaszinó egy olyan web kaszinó, amely minden látogatónak kínál valamit!

A játékok nagyon széles listájával az összes kedvenc nyerőgépét egy helyen találhatja meg, mindezt a Rabona HU club szerencsejáték portálon! A rengeteg videó nyerőgép és több tucat élő játék között nem lesz nehéz olyan szórakozást találni, ami az emberek nagy százalékának tetszeni fog. A fizetési módok számosak és rugalmasak, és egyszerűen regisztrálhatsz e-mail címmel és mobiltelefonszámmal. Működő típusú kaszinóbónuszok is vannak minden [...]

2024-02-24T16:36:41-05:00January 24, 2023|Issues|

‘Feisty’ Toronto pro-life activist dead at 97

Interim Staff: Pro-life activist Mary Burnie died on Nov. 30, the last of three of her sisters – along with Rita and Helen – who spent a life dedicated to protecting the preborn.  The Burnie sisters prayed in front of abortuaries, assisted Joanne Dieleman at the Way Inn (the precursor to Aid to Women), took part in Operation Rescue, and attended pro-life [...]

2023-01-19T11:02:29-05:00January 19, 2023|Abortion|

Without excuse: a primer in all that ails public education

Russell E. Kuykendall, Review: No Excuses: Turning around One of Britain’s Toughest Schools by Alison Colwell (Biteback Publishing, $28, 244 pages) In her book No Excuses, Alison Colwell calls for schools that are focused on the transmission of content to students and the shaping of their character, giving students a foundation for the rest of their lives, wherever life takes them. She [...]

2023-01-19T10:48:44-05:00January 19, 2023|Reviews|

Who Shall Inherit the Earth?

Donald DeMarco, Commentary:            “Inherit” is a generational term. It implies the passage from one generation to another. If all the unborn were aborted, no one would be alive to inherit the Earth. The question arises:  are some less worthy of inheriting the Earth than others? It seems outrageous to our moral sensibilities that anyone could determine who is [...]

2023-01-18T13:45:51-05:00January 18, 2023|Abortion|

New Womb with a View podcast aimed a young pro-lifers

Angelica Vecchiato:  Campaign Life Coalition Youth’s newest outreach endeavour, “Womb with a View,” hopes to fill the pro-life apologetics void in the podcast world.   Available for listening through Apple Podcast’s audio streaming services, listeners can tune into a 15-minute episode set to discuss “all things anti-abortion” through the lens of philosophy and apologetics. Podcast hosts CLC youth coordinator Maeve Roche and her [...]

2023-01-18T13:39:04-05:00January 18, 2023|Abortion|

A fuller diagnosis

Josie Luetke: Interim writer, Josie Luetke, Talk Turkey Jordan Peterson, Canadian psychologist, academic, and author, has largely evaded the abortion issue. On one rare occasion when he was publicly asked for comment, he claimed that discussions about the legality and morality of abortion are “nested inside a larger discussion about the proper place of sexuality in human behaviour and, to [...]

2023-01-18T13:30:22-05:00January 18, 2023|Abortion, Euthanasia, Josie Luetke|

Suicide and euthanasia

Rory Leishman: On Nov. 29, the Toronto Star published a remarkable commentary headlined “Justice Minister David Lametti under fire for ‘unbelievable’ comparisons between euthanasia and suicide.” According to the Star’s national columnist Althia Raj, Lametti reminded her in a recent interview “that suicide generally is available to people” and explained that the purpose of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) is to help [...]

2023-01-17T11:15:55-05:00January 17, 2023|Euthanasia, Rory Leishman|

Quebec euthanasia deaths double in two years

Paul Tuns: Québec's seventh Annual Euthanasia Report was filed with the province's National Assembly on Dec. 9, showing there were 3663 reported euthanasia deaths between the most recent reporting period, April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. That number represents 5.1 per cent of all deaths in Quebec and a doubling of the number of euthanasia deaths compared to 2019/2020 when there [...]

2023-01-17T11:15:20-05:00January 17, 2023|Euthanasia|

Public inquiry reveals no justification for declaring national emergency

John Carpay: After six weeks of witnesses testifying under oath in October and November, the Public Order Emergency Commission process has provided Canadians with important evidence on the government’s decision to use the Emergency Act. The biggest and most glaring revelation was the absence of violence in Ottawa during the three weeks in January and February of 2022, when thousands of Canadian [...]

2023-01-16T13:25:35-05:00January 16, 2023|John Carpay, Politics|

Delta Hospice Society has three-pronged plan to combat euthanasia

Despite widespread support for euthanasia and its rapidly growing prevalence in Canada, a pro-life hospice in British Columbia has pledged itself to the fight against Canada’s macabre focus on death as a form of healthcare, launching a three-pronged counter-offensive against the nation’s draconian MAiD program. Over the last couple of years, the Delta Hospice Society - a pro-life society located in Delta, [...]

2023-01-16T12:54:12-05:00January 16, 2023|Euthanasia|

Resolve to do more

We understand that many pro-life activists already do a lot for the movement to restore moral sanity in a Culture of Death, but if we are honest with ourselves, all of us can do a little more. Let us resolve to act like 2023 will be the year we work to end abortion—even though barring some great unforeseen development that is not [...]

2023-01-13T10:27:34-05:00January 13, 2023|Abortion, Politics|
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