A judge loosens Canada’s euthanasia belt another notch or two

By Michael Cook Something north of 8,000 people have died in Canada after its Medical Aid in Dying [MAiD] legislation came into effect in 2016. And now it will probably become easier after a decision by a Québec judge. This past week Superior Court Justice Christine Baudouin struck down as unconstitutional a provision in the …

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Election campaigning in Canada officially begins, and abortion rightly a key issue

By We Need a Law.ca While the federal election campaign began, for all intents and purposes, months ago, yesterday Parliament was dissolved and the campaigning officially begins. As the leaders and candidates hit the campaign trail, We Need a Law encourages all Canadians to ask the candidates what they will do to protect pre-born human …

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Pro-life Canadians want clear answers this election

By We Need a Law Editor’s note. In a parliamentary system of government, a “private member’s bill” is a bill introduced by a legislator who is not acting on behalf of the executive branch. Because of pro-life Canadians, we have seen a growing debate about abortion. You’ve used your voice to talk about pre-born human …

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The irony in the Canadian response to the movie “Unplanned”

By We Need a Law Editor’s note. WeNeedaLaw is a Canadian pro-life organization. In a country where politicians either espouse abortion as a human right to be promoted on a global scale or promise never to bring up the issue again, Unplanned has sent some much-needed shock waves into the Canadian conversation. Unless you’re involved …

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Pro-abortion politicians, activists frantically lying about Unplanned in Canada

By Jonathon Van Maren July 12, 2019— I must admit that I never suspected an American pro-life film airing in a handful of theatres across Canada would cause such an uproar across the country, but I was wrong. Both Liberal politicians and abortion activists appear to believe that the story of former Planned Parenthood director …

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The Missing Project: Missing stories. Missing information. Missing people in Canada due to abortion

By We Need a Law In the course of fifty years a lot can go missing. Missing stories. Missing information. Missing people. For the first 102 years of Canada’s existence as a nation, the pre-born child had full legal protection. That all changed a half century ago when Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau introduced and passed …

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Canada Embraces Euthanasia ‘Kill and Harvest’

By Wesley J. Smith Canada has enthusiastically embraced euthanasia and all of its implications. For example, following the crassly utilitarianism of Belgium and the Netherlands, the Journal of the Canadian Medical Association has published guidelines — written by a “blue ribbon panel,” don’t you know! — to govern when organ donation follows death by lethal …

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Trump and Pence versus Trudeau—Life versus Death

By Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues President Trump and Vice President Pence have strongly defended not only their belief that children in the womb and their mothers should be protected from the violence of abortion but their foreign policy seeks to fund international organizations that advance life-affirming solutions and non-violent health care services. In contrast, …

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Pro-life activity leading up to Canada’s March for Life

By We Need a Law Ottawa, Ontario – This week, thousands of Canadians will gather on Parliament Hill again for the nation’s largest annual march: the March for Life. Other cities across the country will hold similar marches in solidarity, including a first-ever event in Toronto, Ontario. The March for Life takes place on May …

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At least 1.12% of deaths in Canada are due to euthanasia

In 2018, 3000 people died after a lethal injection By Michael Cook According to the latest figures, about 3,000 Canadians were euthanised in 2018. The Fourth Interim Report on Medical Assistance in Dying says that there were at least 2,614 “medically assisted deaths” in Canada between January 1 and October 31. At the current rate, …

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Canada Medical Doctors Kill Thousands in 2018

By Wesley J. Smith Canadian doctors committed thousands of homicides in 2018. According to an interim report published by the government, in the first ten months of last year, doctors lethally injected 2, 613 patients (with one assisted suicide) — and that doesn’t include the homicides committed by doctors in Quebec, Northwest Territories, Yukon, and …

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Freedom of Conscience bill to be debated in Canada

By David Anderson, MP Editor’s note. This correspondence was sent out by MP Anderson and reposted at the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. Thank you again for your support of my Private Members Bill C-418: The Protection of Freedom of Conscience Act. I expect it will be debated on May 29, 2019. Two years ago, taking a …

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