Complaints against McMurtry rejected

Perhaps not surprisingly, the entity that oversees the conduct of judges in Canada – which, remarkably, is itself made up exclusively of judges – has ruled that Ontario’s chief justice did not act improperly in two matters: when he legalized so-called same-sex marriage in his province in 2003, despite the fact his daughter was involved in a same-sex relationship at the time, [...]

2010-03-31T05:30:26-04:00March 31, 2007|Marriage and Family, Real Women|

Feminist agency fights attempt at scrutiny of its ideological bias

Status of Women, Canada’s federal agency promoting feminism in Parliament for over 30 years, is under scrutiny and fighting back, all at taxpayers’ expense, says REAL Women of Canada, a national pro-marriage, pro-family women’s rights organization. Status of Women, established by the Trudeau Liberals in 1973 to promote “gender equity” in Canadian politics, has engineered a “counter offensive” against current efforts to [...]

2010-08-18T09:10:41-04:00September 18, 2006|Equal Rights, Real Women|

Blogging is opening doors for social conservatives

Eli Schuster The Interim In the bad old days, when communists ruled Eurasia from the Elbe to the Bering Sea, dissidents were forced to meet in clandestine situations and copy banned Samizdat literature, either by hand or on unreliable mimeograph machines. Today, individuals who dislike the Western world’s culture of death employ a more high-tech means of commiserating, spreading opinions and information [...]

2010-07-29T13:57:44-04:00May 29, 2005|Activism, Pro-Life, Pro-life Groups, Real Women|

Scandal ended C-250 death hopes

Interim StaffIt was Gwen Landolt, vice-president of REAL Women of Canada, who first raised the alarm about Bill C-250 in May 2002. MP Svend Robinson, the homosexual "rights" advocate, was pushing his subtle amendment to the hate speech section of the Criminal Code and only a handful of MPs were in the Commons for a vote at Second Reading. Landolt was furious [...]

2010-08-06T10:31:26-04:00June 6, 2004|Marriage and Family, Real Women|

Summit feeds ambition for world government

By John-Henry Westen The Interim The United Nations Millennium Summit, the largest gathering of world leaders in history, concluded in New York Sept. 8. The Summit Declaration, a statement agreed to by a vote of the vast majority of world leaders, is regarded by the United Nations as having "sketched out clear directions for adapting the organization to its role in the [...]

2010-07-28T07:35:50-04:00October 28, 2000|Abortion, Abortion Law, Real Women|

Canada funds study of ‘anti-feminist’ groups

By Tim Bloedow The Interim Feminists at the University of Quebec recently spent (or at least were given to spend) $98,000 of Canadian taxpayers money to research the apparently dangerous involvement of "right-wing anti-feminist groups" at the United Nations. They have released an initial report, prepared by Anick Druelle, and many pro-lifers aren't sure whether to greet it with humour or outrage; [...]

2010-07-26T08:56:44-04:00July 26, 2000|Pro-Life, Real Women, Society & Culture|

Bill C-19 to ratify UN’s new Criminal Court

By Tim Bloedow The Interim Canada is set to become one of the first countries to ratify the highly controversial Rome statute, which will be used to set up a global criminal court. On June 13, the House of Commons passed Bill C-19, the Crimes Against Humanity Act, the purpose of which is to "implement in Canada the Rome Statute of the [...]

2010-07-26T08:51:47-04:00July 26, 2000|Abortion Law, Pro-Life, Real Women|

Participation in PrepCom was eye-opener on feminism

‘I thought feminists were pro-woman, not angry, hurt people whose logic I can't understand' By Cathrina Keet The Interim A battle over women's rights was fought at the United Nation Headquarters in New York. My concept of justice, democracy, and reality was shattered during the portion of the Beijing+5 PrepCom which I recently attended. I expected the United Nations to attack violence [...]


Sweeping federal benefits bill grants full common-law status to homosexual couples By Tim Bloedow The Interim By the time you are reading this article, the Liberal government's same-sex benefits bill may well have already passed through the House of Commons, if not the Senate, and into law. As of this writing, the federal government appears to be expediting the bill through the [...]

2010-08-27T09:46:33-04:00March 14, 2000|Equal Rights, Issues, Marriage and Family, Politics, Real Women|

Pro-family group seeks equal TV time

OTTAWA – REAL Women has sent a letter to Vince Carlin head of Newsworld Network, requesting the opportunity to participate with the National Action Committee on the Status of Women (NAC) in the one-hour debate on women’s issues which was scheduled for broadcast May 26, 1997. Alternatively, REAL Women of Canada has requested the opportunity to participate in a separate broadcast on [...]

2010-08-23T09:33:48-04:00June 23, 1997|Pro-Life, Real Women, Television Shows|

Other sources of violence

Interim Special In her keynote address May 3 at the REAL Women annual conference in North Bay, Ontario, Liberal Senator Anne Cools documented the alarming incidence of neonaticide – the killing of newborns – by mothers in our society. Among other serious concerns connected with this issue, Senator Cools noted, “The perpetrators of domestic violence are not exclusively men.” In his talk, [...]

2010-08-23T08:17:31-04:00June 23, 1997|Abortion, Pro-Life, Real Women|

REAL Women seek law reform

OTTAWA – REAL Women of Canada, in a recent letter to Justice Minister Allan Rock, has urged that the age of consent for sexual activity by young persons with adults be raised from 14 years to 18 years of age. The concerns over this age of consent have been exacerbated in recent weeks by the revelations of repeated acts of sexual misconduct [...]

2010-08-13T10:09:02-04:00April 13, 1997|Real Women, Sex Education, Society & Culture|

Divisive agenda criticized

OTTAWA- REAL Women of Canada has criticized a Status of Women report calling for additional research into feminist policy issues. The report, said to reflect “different realities faced by women in Canada”, excludes mention of traditional families. According to REAL Women, the report recommends further expansion of the feminist, anti-family agenda allowing the STATUS of Women council to obtain funding from other [...]

2010-08-05T11:42:24-04:00August 5, 1996|Marriage and Family, Pro-life Groups, Real Women|

Judges to be re-educated

During the Real Conference in early May, National Vice-President Gwen Landolt zeroed in on the “feminist indoctrination” of federal judges at the Canadian Education Centre [see “feminism harms women, says president,” The Interim June 1991.] Canadian Judicial Council The Canadian Education Centre [CEC] was set up a few years ago by the Canadian Judicial Council to keep judges updated on recent developments [...]

2010-02-05T11:40:05-05:00July 5, 1991|Real Women|

Saskatchewan REAL Women meet

The annual conference of REAL Women of Saskatchewan took place in Saskatoon on April 20. Conference participants heard talks by two distinguished women. Chantal Divine, wife of provincial Premier Grant Divine, said that the principles of REAL Women were very close to her heart because this organization “is the voice of thousands of women who believe in family values. The family is [...]

2010-02-05T11:27:28-05:00July 5, 1991|Real Women|
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