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Wednesday October 4th 2017 – The Day Democracy Finally Died in Ontario

On August 30th 2017, Alliance for Life Ontario joined Campaign Life Coalition and ARPA in a 90 minute discussion with staff at the Ontario Attorney General’s office regarding Ontario’s proposed [safe]access zone legislation. It was obvious from the start, that this meeting was arranged to fulfill the need to say we spoke with the pro-life […]

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Medical Assistance in Dying Statute Law Amendment Act, 2016 – Clear as mud!!!

The Ontario Government introduced legislation on December 7th regarding medical killing, by assisted suicide or euthanasia. For those too squeamish about the reality (Medical Assistance in Dying  (gosh it hurts to write it) in our province. For those of us who cannot make the stretch to believe that doctors killing patients or assisting in their […]

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Letter to PM Trudeau on National Child Day

Dear Prime Minister, I cannot help but find your words to celebrate National Child Day ring rather hollow for Canada’s children developing in the womb. Our Criminal Code uses the word “child” to describe those not legally recognised as human beings, those most vulnerable of our children whose lives our laws do not protect. They […]

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CMA Neutrality on assisted suicide and Euthanasia has blood on its hands

“We must take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented. Sometimes we must interfere. When human lives are endangered, when human dignity is in jeopardy, national borders and sensitivities become irrelevant. Wherever men and women are persecuted because of their race, religion, or political views, that place […]

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Hollow,hollow,hollow -Justin – “make a real difference in the lives of children in our own country”

Our new Prime Minister needs to put his money where his mouth is and make a difference in the lives of the “children” growing in their mother’s wombs. His words on National Child Day ring hollow for the children who are displaced from their mother’s wombs by state funded abortion. The ink has hardly dried […]

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Suffering for what we value – Canada needs a law protecting the lives of pre-born Canadians not a law regulating abortion

Just over a year ago Dr Colin Harte said this of a wonderful mutual friend Allison Davis who had recently died in his arms,”…this talk focuses on something that she thought was vitally important for the pro-life movement – the value of human life and being willing to suffer for it..” Born into the world […]

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First Ever Conference Focusing on Men & Abortion

MARK YOUR CALENDAR- On June 11-13 2015, Alliance for Life Ontario will host “Men & Abortion – Reclaiming Fatherhood & Finding Peace Conference” in Niagara Falls Ontario.  This conference specifically focusing on the effect of abortion on men will be the first of its kind in Canada. Click here for our Conference Page. Speakers Include: Catherine T. Coyle, […]

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Pro-Life Commercials Now On Air

Working together with our member groups, churches, businesses and individuals Alliance for Life Ontario is touching the hearts and minds of men and women, giving them the courage to choose life. The Reaching Minds Through Media 2015 Campaign is airing the following commercials on major networks across Ontario. BEEN THERE The BEEN THERE commercial highlights the regret and […]

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“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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