Father Tony Van Hee, S.J. resumed his daily vigil and fast for the unborn on the day Parliament re-opened, September 24, (see “Freedom squashed, The Interim, April 1990.) Bill C-43 has yet to receive Senate approval, leaving the chance that it may still be defeated.

Also, on the Hill is Glen Kealey, a bankrupt businessman who is protesting alleged government corruption. Unlike Fr. Van Hee, Kealey protests vociferously and loudly. When he takes a break from this activity, he leaves a stuffed pig and a pair of giant dice on the wall in front of the House of Commons.