It is a sad day for abortion advocates in Canada. After more than 20 years of operation, today will be the last day the Morgentaler Clinic in Fredericton, New Brunswick will end the lives of pre-born children.
There is scarcely an area in the world that is unaffected by one atrocity or another. Whether it is natural disasters, such as hurricane Arthur, which recently slammed into Atlantic Canada, or human-inflicted tragedy, as we can observe from the latest violent tension between Israel and Hamas, we are bombarded on a daily basis by images of violence, disaster, suffering, injustice and various other horrors experienced by real people all over the globe. We receive these images predominantly through the media; this is, after all, what they do — report news.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) is asking for public input as part of its regular review of policy guidelines. At issue in this current review is the right of doctors to refuse to provide certain treatments based on religious or moral grounds.
Even though it should not surprise us, it is still disturbing to know that more men than women support abortion. I came across this article today and I agree with the author's analysis.
Thanks to Justin Trudeau, the national conversation about abortion and pre-born human rights is heating up in Canada. It has been more than two weeks since the leader of the Liberal Party declared that pro-life candidates would not be allowed to run for his party. In spite of Trudeau going farther than any other party leader with his statements the ensuing debate has proven that Canadians are not as content with the status quo as some may have thought.
Justin Trudeau's latest attempt to assure his supporters that he is simply reflecting the so-called Biblical tradition passed on to him by his father is rife with myths and intentional misinterpretations of the law.
It was with full confidence that Niki Ashton, the NDP Status of Women critic, announced earlier this week that she was putting forward a motion calling on the House of Commons to recognize a woman’s right to choose abortion as a fundamental question of equality and human rights.
As more than 20,000 pro-lifers gathered on Parliament Hill last week, Niki Ashton, the New Democratic Party (NDP) Status of Women critic, was putting together a motion that will see abortion debated in the House of Commons before MPs head back to their ridings for the summer.
This week thousands of Canadians will gather in Ottawa and the provincial capitals for the March for Life. The annual gathering is by far the largest of all the political demonstrations to take place on Parliament Hill each year.