Monday, April 15, 2024

1,190 late term abortions in Canada for 2022/2023 (excluding Quebec)

Note: All the numbers reported exclude late-term abortions performed in Quebec.

Live birth late-term abortion numbers are down to 131 in 2022/2023 from 149 in 2021/2022 (18 less). That is the good news. The bad news is that late-term stillbirth abortions are up from 911 in 2021/2022 to 1,059 in 2022/2023 (148 more). And the worse news is, that these horrific abortions still happen at all.

That's a net 130 more late term abortions in 2022/2023 than in 2021/222.

All of these dead children are >= 20 weeks gestation

Seven of these children born alive after an abortion were 29+ weeks gestationNine of them were 25-28 weeks gestation when they died. 98 of them were 21-24 weeks gestation when they died. 

If someone had bothered to care for these children after their failed abortion, they could/would still be alive today.



Picture of what a 24 week old aborted baby looks like from Abort73 here.

Tuesday, April 9, 2024

Ontario abortions up by 9,361

Ontario abortion numbers from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care report 49,674 abortions in 2022. That's a whopping 9,361 more than CIHI just reported for the same year. And it's 7,646 more than OMHLTC reported in 2021. Whichever way you look at it, abortion numbers are going up. And CIHI is still underreporting abortions in Ontario, and most likely in all of Canada.

2022 Ontario abortions

2021 Ontario abortions

Monday, April 1, 2024

Canada's abortions up by 11%

Canada's 2022 abortion stats are out. And they are up by 11%. We've decapitated, disemboweled and dismembered more pre-born children in 2022 than in 2021.

That's 9,726 more dead little souls who will never draw their first breath. This is apparently what it means to be progressive. Thank God I am not.

Monday, March 25, 2024

Truth, lies, love and hate

It's Holy Week. The week before Jesus is crucified and dies to save man from his sins. 

“Pilate asked him, ‘So you are a king?’ Jesus answered, ‘You say that I am a king. For this I was born, and for this I came into the world, to testify to the truth. Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice.’” — John 18:37

"What is truth?” retorted Pilate. 

I've been thinking about truth. And I've been thinking about lies. I've been thinking about love. And I've been thinking about hate. Do we build up? Or do we tear down?

Joyce Arthur of the Abortion Rights Coalition, spends a lot of time writing letters and petitions to politicians, accusing other groups of hate. 

In just one ATIP, ARCC's letters (and ARCC's followers' comments) to the Finance department use the word 'hate' 47 times when speaking about these other groups. Arthur alleges that these groups are 'hate groups', and therefore should have their Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) funding revoked. That's a lot of pages of very serious allegations against groups who support the sanctity of life.

What is truth? A very important question indeed.

Thursday, March 21, 2024

Access to Information is broken in Canada

To: Pierre Poilievre

CC: Justin Trudeau, Jagmeet Singh, Mona Fortier

Dear Pierre Poilievre,

Along with the dozens and dozens of things you will need to fix once you become Prime Minister, I have one more item to add to your list. Please fix the Access to Information Act. It is a disaster. I know this, because I use it a lot. 

Broken item number 1: You can wait months and months and months for a reply to your access to information. As an example I have two outstanding requests with the department of Finance: One has been outstanding since June 2023 (that's nine months). I was recently told to "expect that we will be able to reply within the next 2 to 4 months" more. Another had been outstanding since May 2023 (10 months) and I finally only received it this week. Whatever happened to that 30 day promise of response?

I could give you more examples, but you get the picture. 

Broken item number 2: When they don't want to give you any information at all, they will actually say they do not confirm or deny the existence of records relevant to your request. I am not kidding: 

"In accordance with 10(2) of the Act (The head of a government institution may but is not required to indicate under subsection (1) whether a record exists.), the Canada Revenue Agency does not confirm or deny the existence of records relevant to your request. If such records did exist, they would qualify for exemption under subsection 24(1) of the Act, which permits the head of a government institution to refuse to disclose information. For details on the provisions cited, go to (1) The head of a government institution shall refuse to disclose any record requested under this Part that contains information the disclosure of which is restricted by or pursuant to any provision set out in Schedule II"
Broken item number 3: Pages come back in PDF format. But the bureaucrats have decided to stymie us even more; sneaky so-and so's. What they do is, take the original text and save it as a JPEG then put it back into PDF format and send it to you. This means that you cannot search the text. In the past, you would receive the PDF in a searchable format. This is a purely vindictive measure.

Broken item number 4: Sure, you can complain to the Office of the Information Commissioner. But this doesn't help because it takes them forever to respond; even longer than the original ATIP you're complaining about. I have one complaint at the OIC that I've been waiting 21 months for. As far as I know it hasn't even been assigned to an investigator yet. Departments know this, so can just take their sweet time in responding.

Justin Trudeau wants to control every aspect of a citizen's life. The only tool we have, to in any way, make this government accountable, is access to information. But just like everything else in this country, under this government, under this prime minister, it is broken.

Please, please, please Pierre Poilievre, fix it.

Thank you.

Patricia Maloney