“Tis the season” OH OH OH: You will not be part of the killing then you cannot be a doctor!! Oh! or a pharmacist Oh! or a nurse Oh! or a midwife

The Grinches at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario have changed our HO HO HO Christmas Season into an OH OH OH and they are not alone! 1) “It may well be that you [physicians who will not advocate nor wish to refer for abortion, sterilization or birth control] would have to think […]

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Have you registered for AFLO’s 2014 Workshop SERIES?

Workshops featuring Mark Mostert will take place in London on Saturday November 1st and in Guelph on Saturday, November 22nd. Mark Mostert  has over 30 years experience on disability-related issues. He is best known for his award-winning website, Useless Eaters, which describes the historical context of attitudes toward people with disabilities in Germany and how […]

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Researcher Seeking Ontario Parents for Interviews on the HPV Vaccine Decision

Parents: you’ve been asked to consent the HPV vaccine for your daughter. Let’s talk about that decision Katelin Albert, MA Katelin.albert@mail.utoronto.ca It’s the start of the school year which means that the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine will soon be offered free to girls, and some boys, across Canada through school vaccination programs. This also means […]

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Is Canada to become the Borg Collective?

Canadians appear to no longer wish to uphold independent thought, opinion, speech or action.  Trekkies will understand my reference when I note that Canadian society is not the Borg Collective. It is not required that we be assimilated and resistance is not futile unless the Heckler’s veto rules and democracy is dead. Three physicians in Ottawa are being hauled over the “public coals” […]

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Pro-Life bus ads under attack in Guelph

In response to an online petition started by Heather Millman who is calling to remove pro-life bus ads, the city of Guelph decided to take a new look at its bus advertising rules. This could  limit freedom of expression under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.   The ads are not new and are in compliance with the Canadian […]

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New Book – Hope in Turmoil

Alliance Ontario is pleased to offer the resource HOPE IN TURMOIL. This is a project of Morning Light Ministry and Alliance for Life Ontario to assist parents who have received a difficult or tragic pregnancy diagnosis. We know that many parents are pressured into ending the life of their baby through induced abortion or early induction of […]

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Beware when you see “emergency exit” in Quebec!

You would think they had won a football game to see the response of the Quebec legislature to the passage of  a bill which sanctions medical killing of vulnerable people. If the Netherlands and Belgium are indeed the template for Quebec then it will not be long before Ms Hivon’s “small number of people” will […]

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Trudeaumockracy

“Intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of  a true democratic spirit” Mahatma Ghandi Over the last few days we have been “treated” to  “Trudeaumockracy”, a cross between a tyranical benevolence and a dictatorship. You can have no thoughts but my thoughts, no opinion, conscience or moral view unless […]

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Abortion- Informed consent gone missing in New Brunswick and Canada

There is an article today, in the National Post, by Sarah Boesveld entitled “Abortion Battle brews”. It would seem, the abortion industry prefers public health dollars and so the National Abortion Federation is on the front lines trying to convince New Brunswick legislators that funding private for profit abortion clinics is something which should now […]

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Intending “to allow abortion only in a limited set of circumstances”?

Yesterday, I received a commentary entitled “David Cameron presides over largest liberalisation of abortion  practice since 1967 Act” and while I am an educational pro-lifer to the core it confirmed again for me that the law is also a teacher and some legislators will interpret the law in ways not intended.  The UK Abortion Act […]

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