It has taken a while but The Interim has redesigned and updated its website. For me, the most exciting part of the redesigned TheInterim.com is that we finally have a blog. The website will be updated every week with material from the current issue of the newspaper with news stories being rolled out at the beginning of the month, editorials coming in [...]
Returning from his visit to Israel, Interim editor Paul Tuns discusses his 3-hatted journey as tourist, journalist, and pilgrim.
A look back at many of the important moments for the pro-life and pro-family community in 2008.
On Dec. 8, the Catholic Oblate Fathers of Assumption Province wrote to Governor-General Michaelle Jean to express their outrage over the July 1 awarding of the Order of Canada, the country?s highest civilian honour, to abortionist Henry Morgentaler and to notify her that they were returned the OC award two of their members had previously received. In a letter signed by Fr. [...]
The International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) has just released its annual performance report for 2007-2008 and boasts of pushing its abortion agenda among its member associations in traditionally pro-life countries throughout Africa, Latin America and the Islamic world. The IPPF asserts that "access to safe legal abortion is a public health and human rights imperative" and that the organization's goal is to [...]
With the potential reinterpretation of the Universal Human Rights Declaration to be extended to abortion at the UN, international pro-lifers need to be on their toes.
Last Summer (July 19), the Toronto Globe and Mail featured a sociological look into women who had abortions. Titled, "The hidden abortion issue," it explored why, though abortion has been unrestricted in Canada for two decades, so few women who have undergone abortions ever talk about it, even with close friends. Journalist Cate Cochran did not provide any answers to the question [...]
Harper safe for now, Liberals get new pro-abortion leaders
Despite threats, University of Calgary pro-life students still held their Genocide Awareness Project display.
Kathy Shaidle takes a look at Ezra Levant, a man who has valiantly fought for a proper understanding of human rights over the last year.