Category Archives: Canada

British Columbia Court opens door to expanding euthanasia and assisted suicide in Canada

By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Only days after Canada legalized euthanasia and assisted suicide under the term “MAiD” [Medical Assistance in Dying], the BC Civil Liberties Association launched the first court case to expand

Huge gender disparity in babies born to Canadian women who were born in India

Dr. Marcelo Urquia

By Dave Andrusko A study published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Canada documents that for Indian women migrating to Canada, a preference for boys over girls does not diminish, regardless of how long they have lived

Pro-life woman denied Canadian gov’t committee chair after Trudeau Liberals protest

MP Rachael Harder

By Lianne Laurence OTTAWA, October 3, 2017 — The Liberal-dominated parliamentary committee on the status of women voted down Conservative MP Rachael Harder as chair because of her pro-life record. Harder’s defeat was expected after the Liberals

Pro-abortion Liberals walk out after gov’t committee picks pro-life chair

MP Rachael Harder

By Lianne Laurence and Claire Chretien OTTAWA, September 27, 2017 – Liberal MPs immediately walked out of a House Committee on the Status of Women meeting Tuesday when a pro-life Conservative MP was nominated to chair it.

Activists push for all Canadian provinces to provide abortion pill for free

By Lianne Laurence OTTAWA, September 26, 2017 — Abortion activists are pushing all provinces to offer free “universal access” to the abortion pill. Action Canada for Sexual Health and Rights has set the premiers’ conference in November

MP walkout on Rachael Harder an affront to Canadian democracy

When MP Rachael Harder was nominated Tuesday as Chair of the House Status of Women Committee, Liberal MPs walked out in protest, ending the meeting and putting any potential committee work on hold. Citing her pro-life voting

Number of “Abortion Doulas” increasing in Canada

Shannon Hardy (Photo by:Ian Selig)

By Dave Andrusko “Normalization” of abortion is Job 1 for the Abortion Industry. If (as they believe) killing the child is no different than bringing her to term–it’s just choosing one “option” over another–then choosing death over

Canadian Pro-life group raises $150,000 after Liberal Government cut off funding

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said he believes assisted suicide should be legal

By Lianne Laurence CALGARY, Alberta, September 1, 2017 –An attempt by abortion activists and Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government to stop their pro-life work backfired, a leading Canadian pro-life activist group says. The Liberal government cut summer job

Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau thinking abortion is a “human right’ ignores the right to life

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said he believes assisted suicide should be legal

By Mike Schouten, Director, WeNeedaLAW.ca Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has added Canadian weight to the increasing international pressure on Ireland to rethink their constitutional ban on abortion, a ban codified in Ireland’s 8th amendment. In meetings this

Pro-abortion politicians seek to ban pro-life activities in Toronto

By Lianne Laurence TORONTO, August 28, 2017 — A group of Toronto politicians is out to ban images of abortion victims from public display and distribution. NDP Member of Provincial Parliament Peter Tabuns sent a letter Thursday

Stand-off with Catholic hospitals as euthanasia gains traction in Canada

By Xavier Symons As euthanasia rates increase in the Canadian province of Ontario, pressure is mounting on Catholic Healthcare providers to abandon their blanket opposition to Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD). Over 630 Ontarians have received MAiD since

Canadian euthanasia doctors want more money to kill

Magazine asks, “Should Doctors be paid a premium for assisting deaths?” By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director – Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Canadian euthanasia doctors are pressuring the provincial governments to pay them more money for euthanasia. Supposedly, some