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  • A New Method of Killing Unborn Babies in Abortions is Coming to Canada

    04/25/2016 11:09:41 AM PDT · by Morgana · 7 replies ^ | April 25, 2016 | Anna Nienhius
    It’s not long before the do-it-yourself abortion pill Mifegymiso will be available in Canada. Expected to be prescribed as early as this summer, the combination of two medications, taken a day or two apart, usually at home, is considered an effective way to end the life of pre-born children up to 7 weeks old. A recent article in the National Post presents the regulations around the pill, and the response. Pro-abortion groups are angry about the need for this medication to be prescribed by a physician, as well as the fact that doctors may choose to have the patient ingest...
  • Should dogs be citizens? It’s not as crazy as you think. (Huh?)

    12/16/2014 11:01:01 AM PST · by Kaslin · 63 replies
    VOX ^ | December 16, 2014 | Zack Beauchamp
    What if domestic animals — pets such as dogs and cats as well livestock like cows and chickens — were granted citizenship rights? That may sound like a crazy question, but Canadian philosopher Will Kymlicka thinks it's a critically important one. Kymlicka, a professor at Queen's University, is a well-regarded figure in modern political philosophy. He's also the author, along with writer Sue Donaldson, of Zoopolis, a book making the case for animal citizenship. Their basic premise is simple: animals are already part of our society, as pets and work animals, therefore we should formally recognize them as such. That's...
  • If Abortion is So Great, Why Are These Women So Devastated?

    05/19/2014 6:14:07 AM PDT · by Morgana · 10 replies
    LIfe News ^ | Lia Mills
    One year ago, I had just finished the final leg in a 212km walk from Montreal, Quebec to Ottawa, Ontario. I was the youngest member in a team of 25 women who participated in the Back to Life Walk. The purpose of the walk was to empower women who have been personally affected by abortion in some way by giving them back their voices. Over the course of the 3-week journey, I had the privilege of getting to know the women and hearing their stories. Their stories opened my 16-year-old eyes to the reality that, because of abortion, women’s choices...
  • ‘In-your-face sexuality is the point of the damn thing’: Toronto columnist on nudity at Pride

    03/11/2014 11:08:08 PM PDT · by Morgana · 44 replies
    life site news ^ | Thaddeus Baklinski
    TORONTO, March 11, 2014 ( – The thin veneer of Toronto’s annual homosexual parade, ostensibly promoted as "family friendly," has been further chipped away by a mainstream media columnist who insists that “in-your-face sexuality is the point of the damn thing." "Ultimately, there are worse things than seeing a penis flopping down Yonge Street," News Editor Lauren Strapagiel wrote in an article attacking the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) trustees who raised questions about the legality of public nudity at the pride parade. The Toronto District School Board's float at the annual Pride parade. Strapagiel called the trustees' concern...
  • Ontario rights chief defends man’s ‘right’ to be nude in women’s change rooms

    02/01/2014 10:41:50 PM PST · by Morgana · 56 replies
    life site news ^ | Thaddeus Baklinski
    TORONTO, January 31, 2014 ( – The head of Ontario’s human rights commission is defending the right of ‘transgendered’ men to use women’s changing rooms in response to a woman’s complaint that she was ogled by a naked man who was sexually aroused at her local Y. In a letter to a Toronto Star ethics columnist earlier this month the woman complained that the man, who claimed to be transgendered, asked her uncomfortable questions, including if she "came here often." "I understand that gender is no longer judged solely by genitalia," the woman wrote to the Star, "but does a...
  • Video: Angry woman drenches priest with garden hose during pro-life demonstration

    08/22/2013 7:29:53 PM PDT · by Morgana · 8 replies
    life site ^ | Peter Baklinski
    PETERBOROUGH, Ontario, August 22, 2013 ( – A priest is considering pressing charges against an angry woman who drove him away from a public sidewalk during a pro-life demonstration with a jet of water from her garden hose. “Her husband turned on the hose, and she sprayed it on me,” Father Ron Meyer told “As pro-life people we put Jesus’ message of love and forgiveness into practice," he said. "But maybe there is a time to push back, so that [abortion activists] realize they can’t do whatever they want to us and get away with it.” Fr. Meyer, who...
  • Evangelicals: Manitoba’s ‘anti-bullying’ Bill 18 violates religious freedom

    03/27/2013 5:20:49 PM PDT · by Morgana · 1 replies
    lifesite ^ | Peter Baklinski
    OTTAWA, Ontario, March 27, 2013 ( – Canada’s largest Evangelical network has slammed Manitoba’s proposed anti-bullying legislation (Bill 18), saying it would “violate the religious freedom of religious schools” by forcing them to promote sexual concepts contrary to the Bible. The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC) said in a press release today that the most up-to-date data paints a different picture of bullying in schools than what is often portrayed by mainstream media. “While we might think from the media coverage that children are most often bullied for reasons relating to sexual orientation or gender identity, students are actually most...
  • Banning Guns

    12/26/2012 9:57:18 AM PST · by Kaslin · 11 replies ^ | December 26, 2012 | Political Calculations
    In the wake of the Newtown school massacre, we've noted a strong uptick in our site traffic by people wanting to find out how different the U.S. might be if the nation adopted Canada's much more restrictive firearms laws. This post gathers all our analysis on that topic from 2011 in one place. Who Kills Who We examine the FBI's data on the race of victims and their killers. We find that the vast majority of offenders prefer to kill their own kind (that evidence is borne out elsewhere, where criminals also seem to prefer killing other criminals!) U.S. vs...
  • Ontario Education Minister: Catholic schools can’t teach abortion is wrong - that’s ‘misogyny’

    10/11/2012 12:24:11 PM PDT · by Morgana · 16 replies
    lsn ^ | 10.11.2012 | Patrick B. Craine
    – In what pro-life leaders are calling a stunning and unprecedented attack on religious freedom, Ontario’s Education Minister has apparently declared that Catholic schools can no longer teach that abortion is wrong. Laurel Broten, who serves under Liberal Premier Dalton McGuinty, said Wednesday that Catholic schools are barred from teaching this core moral belief because Bill 13, the government’s controversial “anti-bullying” law, prohibits “misogyny.” “Taking away a woman’s right to choose could arguably be considered one of the most misogynistic actions that one could take,” she told the Canadian Press. “I don’t think there is a conflict between choosing Catholic...
  • Air Canada ordered to pay $12K to man who couldn’t order 7Up in French

    07/15/2011 10:44:40 AM PDT · by massmike · 50 replies ^ | 07/15/2011 | Ian MacLeod
    The Federal Court of Canada on Wednesday ordered Air Canada to pay $12,000 to Ottawa French-language rights crusader Michel Thibodeau in part because when he asked an English-speaking flight attendant for 7Up in May 12 of 2009, he got Sprite. Air Canada was also ordered to apologize to Mr. Thibodeau and his wife Lynda. It is Mr. Thibodeau’s second successful legal action against the airline and its subsidiaries. In 2000, he was refused service in French when he tried to order a 7Up from a unilingual English flight attendant on an Air Ontario flight from Montreal to Ottawa. Mr. Thibodeau...
  • Schools celebrate Earth Day with Lights Out

    04/21/2011 11:28:52 AM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 22 replies
    Schools celebrate Earth Day with Lights Out Published Thursday April 21st, 2011 Events commemorating Earth Day wouldn't be complete without the Lights Out project, which has swept Canada and into other countries. Canadian schools from coast to coast are participating in the awareness campaign started by Mount Allison University student Keleigh Annau while living in British Columbia. She founded the Lights Out Canada/World outreach project to switch people's minds onto the environment and the problem of global warming. Now in its sixth year, the event will be celebrated today since Earth Day is Good Friday. An estimated 122,000 students in...
  • Alleged robber [critically] injured by own knife

    11/18/2010 10:52:11 AM PST · by Slings and Arrows · 9 replies
    CBC News ^ | Monday, November 15, 2010
    A man is in critical condition in hospital after injuring himself with his own knife when he tripped and fell after allegedly robbing a store in Ottawa's south end Monday, police said. Police said they were notified about the robbery on Tapiola Crescent at 9:13 a.m. They got a second call about what was called a stabbing short time later. Paramedics found the injured man all the way over at Southgate Road near Bank Street, about 1.5 km away. The man had apparently tripped just as he left the store and seriously injured himself, but then was able to make...
  • Humbled Lesnar returns to UFC spotlight (Trashes Canadian Health Care System)

    01/21/2010 7:04:23 AM PST · by OneVike · 17 replies · 1,056+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | 1/21/10 | Dan Wetzel
    As recently as early January, Brock Lesnar was convinced he needed surgery to deal with a case of diverticulitis – a condition that essentially left a hole in his intestine and put his career as Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight title holder in jeopardy. He might be out a year. Or it might be two. Or it might be forever. The story goes on to describe Lesnar's battle with diverticulitis, along with stating his opinion of the Canadian health care system. I took the paragraph out of the article to show you what he said of the Canadian health care...
  • Canadian (Pig) Farmer Found Guilty of Murder (Six Counts)

    12/09/2007 12:35:59 PM PST · by Pyro7480 · 49 replies · 337+ views
    NEW WESTMINSTER, British Columbia - A pig farmer accused of being Canada's worst serial killer was found guilty Sunday of six counts of second-degree murder, which carries a mandatory sentence of life in prison. The verdict ended the trial of Robert 'Willie' Pickton on the first six of 26 murder charges in the deaths of women, most of them prostitutes and drug addicts from a seedy Vancouver neighborhood. Pickton, 58, was tried for the killings of Mona Wilson, Sereena Abotsway, Marnie Frey, Brenda Wolfe, Andrea Joesbury and Georgina Papin. The defense acknowledged that their remains were found on Pickton's farm...
  • Ont. schools to receive 'An Inconvenient Truth'

    06/27/2007 12:01:43 PM PDT · by redstates4ever · 3 replies · 167+ views
    Canoe (Cnews, Canada) ^ | 6/27/07 | staff
    TORONTO (CP) - Ontario youth will be learning more about global warming and climate change by watching the film "An Inconvenient Truth." Al Gore's Academy Award-winning film has been donated to hundreds of schools through a partnership between the province and the Tides Canada Foundation. Ontario Environment Minister Laurel Broten says the former U.S. vice-president's film will inspire students to "reduce their environment impact." British Columbia was the first jurisdiction in North America to have the film distributed in schools when they received the DVDs in April. Tides Canada Foundation director Tim Draimin says the film helps viewers think about...
  • [Canada] Evangelical schools ordered to teach Darwin (Or be shut down)

    10/24/2006 11:19:52 AM PDT · by DaveLoneRanger · 159 replies · 5,346+ views
    The National Post ^ | October 24, 2006 | David Rogers
    OTTAWA - The Quebec Ministry of Education has told unlicensed Christian evangelical schools that they must teach Darwin's theory of evolution and sex education or close their doors after a school board in the Outaouais region complained the provincial curriculum was not being followed. "Quebec children are legally required to follow the provincial curriculum ... but these evangelical schools teach their own courses on creationism and sexuality that don't follow the Quebec curriculum," said Pierre Daoust, director-general of the Commission Scolaire au Coeur-des-Vallees in Thurso, Que. Mr. Daoust's complaint sparked the province-wide investigation. Quebec law requires school boards to assure...
  • The Rachel Corrie Pancake Breakfast

    03/05/2006 10:48:00 PM PST · by San Franistan · 102 replies · 3,286+ views
    Truly, reality has come full circle, as Indymedia unwittingly imitates Little Green Footballs: Rachel Corrie Pancake Breakfast. (Hat tip: IDF Dave.) No, it’s not a joke. The Rachel Corrie Memorial Committee of Victoria Invites you to a pancake breakfast at Denny’s Restaurant Sunday March 12 , 2006 10 am. The Public is invited to a memorial pancake breakfast at Denny’s Restaurant on Douglas Street near Finlayson, 10 am, Sunday March 12, 2006 to celebrate the life and untimely death of Rachel Corrie, Peace Activist with the International Solidarity Movement. There will be a reading of selections from Ms. Corrie’s letters...
  • Canada/US Border Shoot Out: Guards Run Away

    01/24/2006 11:16:12 PM PST · by llevrok · 101 replies · 3,619+ views
    CBC Canada ^ | 1/24/06
    Shootout closes Peace Arch border crossing Last Updated Tue, 24 Jan 2006 23:47:40 EST CBC News A police chase at the Canada-U.S. border forced the closure of the Peace Arch border crossing south of Vancouver on Tuesday. It also caused dozens of Canadian guards to walk off the job, fearing for their safety. The incident started when two men, both murder suspects, tried to get into Canada. Officials say the two men, 38-year-old Ishtiaq Hussain and 22-year-old Jose Antonio Barajas, are now in custody. They are wanted on murder charges in California. But the arrest didn't come easy. One of...
  • Michael Moore Statement on Canadian Election (barf alert)

    01/21/2006 8:02:18 AM PST · by NapkinUser · 18 replies · 566+ views ^ | 01/21/2006 | Michael Moore
    Oh, Canada -- you're not really going to elect a Conservative majority on Monday, are you? That's a joke, right? I know you have a great sense of humor, and certainly a well-developed sense of irony, but this is no longer funny. Maybe it's a new form of Canadian irony -- reverse irony! OK, now I get it. First, you have the courage to stand against the war in Iraq -- and then you elect a prime minister who's for it. You declare gay people have equal rights -- and then you elect a man who says they don't. You...
  • PM vows `total' handgun ban

    12/08/2005 7:25:55 AM PST · by NapkinUser · 39 replies · 833+ views
    The Toronto Star ^ | 12/08/2005 | Susan Delacourt
    Prime Minister Paul Martin is set to propose what Liberals are billing as a "total ban" on handguns today, in an election-campaign bid to show his party talking tough on gun crime, especially in Toronto. Liberal sources say that the proposed ban, to be announced by Martin today in Toronto, will be sweeping — only police and select security officers would be allowed to carry handguns. More money, on top of the $1.9 million announced in November, will also be promised for community policing in areas afflicted by gun violence, the sources said. Less than a month ago, Martin stood...
  • High court reserves ruling on biblical scriptures [Canadian "hate" crime]

    09/17/2005 8:36:14 PM PDT · by dukeman · 51 replies · 2,092+ views
    Leadoer-Post ^ | 9/16/05 | Anne Kyle
    A clash between religious freedom of expression and the rights of gays to protection against hate literature, has put sacred biblical scriptures denouncing homosexuality on trial. On Thursday, the province's highest court reserved its decision on a human rights case that has the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Canadian Religious Freedom Alliance backing Regina resident Hugh Owens' fight to enter the political and controversial moral debate on gay rights by citing sacred scripture. "For the Christian community this is definitely a freedom of religion issue,'' said Alliance lawyer Janet Epp Buckingham. "The Bible is Censored,'' and "The Bible Considered...
  • Anti-gun activist shot

    08/28/2005 3:28:15 PM PDT · by kiriath_jearim · 44 replies · 1,242+ views Post ^ | 8/26/05 | Natalie Alcoba
    Anti-gun activist shot Scarborough man killed at site of his annual Stop Violence BBQ Natalie Alcoba National Post Friday, August 26, 2005 TORONTO - A father was gunned down last night in the same Scarborough apartment building courtyard where he weeks ago staged a ''Stop-the-Violence'' barbecue, residents said. The shooting of the man -- identified by friends as Delroy, but known as ''Sploogle'' -- happened just before 7 p.m. on the basketball courts of an apartment building at 3181 Eglinton Avenue East, near Markham Road. Police said there was an altercation, and he was shot more than once by a...
  • Sikh youth hair attack 'victim' admits hoax

    06/06/2005 5:45:37 PM PDT · by zaxxon · 10 replies · 722+ views
    Sikh youth hair attack 'victim' admits hoax News Staff A Sikh youth in B.C. has apologized for inventing a story of being set upon by a group of white men who cut his hair. The 17-year-old from Richmond, a Vancouver suburb, admitted to police he made up the story. Police had already been suspicious, because the attack, which had been alleged to have occurred in broad daylight on May 26, had generated no tips from the public. "He had fabricated the entire incident," RCMP Cpl. Peter Thiessen told reporters Saturday. "The injuries that we observed on him that required...
  • Man Convicted of “Hate Speech” for Flyer Warning of Harm from Sodomy

    05/18/2005 3:09:51 PM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 92 replies · 2,621+ views ^ | 5 18 05 |
    SASKATOON, SK, May 18, 2005 ( – A Saskatchewan man has been charged and ordered to pay $17,500 in damages to several homosexuals as a result of a flyer he distributed in Regina, containing warnings against the dangers of a homosexual lifestyle that a human rights tribunal ruled was “hate speech.” On May 2, the Saskatchewan Human Rights Tribunal ordered William Whatcott to pay homosexual Guy Taylor $2,500 and $5,000 each to homosexuals Brenden Wallace, James Komar and Kathy Hamre for damages. The four had sued Whatcott for a flyer he had distributed in mailboxes between September 2001 and April...
  • Mad Court Disease (Canada's Cautionary Example - State Imposed Homosexuality)

    04/14/2005 7:17:24 PM PDT · by GMMAC · 28 replies · 813+ views
    TOUCHSTONE ^ | March, 2005 | Rory Leishman
    Special Report Mad Court Disease Canada’s Judicial Virus Will Soon Target Christians by Rory Leishman TOUCHSTONE March, 2005 ~ Volume 18, Issue 2 Last fall, quite a number of liberals in the United States vowed to emigrate to Canada if George W. Bush were re-elected, but few have shown up. There is better reason to anticipate a flight in reverse—by Canadian Christians -seeking refuge in the United States from the oppressive edicts of Canada’s judges. Canada used to have an exemplary record of respect for human rights. That ended, ironically, with adoption of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms...
  • Eagan blogger fans Canadian scandal

    04/07/2005 1:22:09 PM PDT · by Rakkasan1 · 11 replies · 614+ views
    mpls star & sickle ^ | 4-7-05 | Chao Xiong
    n Eagan man's conservative blog has become the talk of Canada, where a publication ban left many people hungry for news of a government scandal. Edward Morrissey, 42, began posting allegations of corruption in the Canadian Liberal Party late Saturday on his Captain's Quarters blog, a web log, which he runs as a hobby. It defies a ban, instituted by a federal judge, Justice John Gomery, that severely limits what Canadians can publish about the investigation into allegations of money laundering and kickbacks in a government program from the 1990s. The scandal dominated national politics for a year and led...
  • Canada to allow gays to 'marry'

    12/09/2004 10:40:49 PM PST · by Former Military Chick · 18 replies · 466+ views
    THE WASHINGTON TIMES ^ | December 10, 2004 | By Levon Sevunts
    MONTREAL — Canada's highest court gave its blessing to homosexual "marriage" yesterday, but protected religious organizations from being forced to sanction same-sex unions. The long-awaited decision permits the ruling Liberal Party to proceed with legislation to legalize the unions, making Canada the third nation to recognize homosexual unions, after with the Netherlands and Belgium. It's unlikely that Canadian "marriages" will be recognized as legal anywhere in the United States, including Massachusetts, which allows same-sex "marriage," but only for its residents or same-sex couples who plan to live in Massachusetts. A U.S. federal court already has ruled that Canadian same-sex "marriages"...
  • Draft-dodger monument draws fire

    09/26/2004 9:31:32 PM PDT · by chemical_boy · 11 replies · 498+ views
    CBC ^ | Sep 24 2004
    NELSON, B.C. - A community in the B.C. Interior has become a flashpoint for American anger over its plans to honour draft dodgers and deserters who fled to Canada to avoid the Vietnam War. The City of Nelson had announced earlier this month it would erect a bronze monument and hold a two-day festival in July 2006 in tribute to the war resisters. Then the FOX-TV network picked up the story, sparking widespread indignation across the U.S. Dr. Juergen Dankwort was a Vietnam-era conscientious objector who came to Canada, and he says the people of Nelson should stand firm on...
  • How same-sex marriage threatens liberty

    04/24/2004 10:37:03 PM PDT · by scripter · 105 replies · 262+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | April 24, 2004
    We are engaged in the hottest political debate of our time; that is, whether marriage should be redefined to include same-sex couples or other alternatives. Everything from morality, legal benefits, the impact on children, public schools, government and private businesses have been discussed in the media. Incredibly, almost no attention has been focused on the very real threats to our civil and religious liberties. Specifically, the 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status given to thousands of churches, nursing homes, schools, ministries, universities and radio stations may be at risk if an organization "discriminates" against a legally protected status, such as same-sex marriage. What...
  • Same Sex Marriage is the Battle, not the War

    05/03/2004 1:17:06 PM PDT · by Grig · 22 replies · 293+ views
    Same Sex Marriage is the Battle, not the War Advocates of same sex marriage have been preparing their arguments for years. The public ignored the issue as a fringe movement that would never make significant headway, so many religious and political leaders were caught off guard when a series of court rulings rapidly made it a hot public issue. It is no surprise then that much of the reasoning used in the political arena to oppose gay marriage has been disappointing and less effective than desired. Secular Citizens Caught between the staunch advocates for and against same sex marriage are...
  • Remaining silent: Canadian Parliament OKs a law to criminalize speech deemed "anti-gay"

    05/01/2004 2:59:40 PM PDT · by Zender500 · 28 replies · 265+ views
    WORLD ^ | 5/8/04 | Lynn Vincent
    Sometimes, protesters prove their opponents' point. In Canada last month, a dozen masked men wearing military camouflage burst into a Christian meeting at a Calgary, Alberta, hotel. They beat sticks together, hoisted signs, and roared slogans, drowning out a speech by Rev. Tristan Emmanuel on "Christophobia" and the actions taken against Christians for their unpopular views on homosexuality. "Haters!" screamed the self-proclaimed "Gay Militia" into the faces of men and women who had been meeting peacefully. "Bigots! ... What you are doing is a hate crime!" The raucous invasion lasted 10 to 15 minutes, said Jim Blake, regional director of...
  • 'Chill Bill' Passes Canadian House, Makes Free Speech Against Gays a Crime

    04/30/2004 10:37:03 AM PDT · by presidio9 · 58 replies · 311+ views
    Talon News ^ | Jimmy Moore | April 30, 2004
    A bill introduced by Canadian parliament member Svend Robinson that would make free speech against homosexuals a crime passed in the House of Commons. The "Chill Bill," or C-250, passed by a vote of 140-110 on Wednesday despite objections from the religious community that religious speech would be limited by the law if they speak out against homosexuality. If it becomes law, then the "Chill Bill," which is also known as the "Bible As Hate Literature" bill, would ban speech that would be used in condemnation of homosexuality or homosexual acts. This is similar to the anti-hate speech law in...
  • Canada AmBushed by loose Conan

    02/14/2004 10:10:22 AM PST · by Columbine · 76 replies · 800+ views
    The Gazette ^ | February 14, 2004 | JOSH FREED
    American talk-show host Conan O'Brien turned out to be Conan the Barbarian on his road show into Canada this week. His NBC program threw oil and matches down our national fault line Thursday night with crude jokes about French Canadians. The show featured a puppet called Triumph the Insult Dog, which wandered around Quebec City's winter carnival, sporting a French beret. It stopped Quebecers in the street and said stuff like: "So you're French and Canadian, yes? So you're obnoxious and dull?" Also: "You're in North America. ... Learn the language!" Thanks for the insults, Conan. Somehow you forgot to...
  • Artists Against War - Naked Bike Ride, Vancouver (BC), 6 September

    09/03/2003 6:50:42 PM PDT · by MikalM · 55 replies · 1,799+ views
    Artists Against War web site ^ | 9/1/03 | Unnamed Wingnut
    Why A Naked Bike Ride? Every day we are bombarded with countless messages demanding our obedience to the corporate dictates of a consumption dependent society. Little regard is paid to the future of our planet and generations left with a legacy of waste and environmental contamination. How many countless times each day do our media masters spin the same message: Unless you buy this, you are not worthy. Unless you look like this you should be ashamed. By cruising naked down the spending frenzy capitals of the world, we are saying.NO! ...a fancy new car is not a mark of...