PEI caves to the pro-abortions. PEI will now kill preborn babies on the island.
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"The Liberal government says Canada is not at war with Islamic militants -- a view not shared by ally France. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion are rejecting the "at war" label just one day after the bombings in Brussels that killed more than 30 people and injured 270.
After the attacks, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said Europe was "at war."
The bombings in Brussels came four months after the attacks in Paris that left 130 dead. The militant group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant has claimed responsibility for both incidents. Trudeau, who made his comments during a CBC Radio interview, and Dion -- speaking in the House of Commons foyer today -- both say the conflict with ISIS does not fit the true definition of war."So Instead of fighting ISIS (like we should be doing) we instead want to abort babies around the world.
The OFFICIAL online government petition is now active.
Mar 22, 2016 — The OFFICIAL online government petition is now active. It stays open for 120 days. Please sign and ask others to do the same. The change.org petition was for awareness, this one is to get the lawmakers to hear our voice. #MOLLYMATTERS #CASSIEMATTERShttps://petitions.parl.gc.ca/
"I’m not claiming that anti-abortion groups should be illegal, but I will say that Queen’s University, the AMS and the SGPS should have standing policy preventing them from speaking on campus."Curlew defends his opinion, saying that this club is spreading "misinformation" and "shaming women" and "removing women's rights". But he doesn't bother providing any real evidence to back up his abortion rhetoric. It's a technique used frequently by the pro-abortions who think if they say something often enough, it will eventually become true.
"In 1995, the federal minister of health declared abortion to be a medical necessity covered by provincial healthcare."Wrong.
"Some commentators who support full public funding of abortion have argued that the Canada Health Act (CHA) requires provincial governments to pay for all abortions. But that is an incorrect interpretation of the Canada Health Act.
Under the “comprehensiveness” criterion of the CHA, provinces are required to pay for “medically necessary” services through their provincial health care insurance plans, but the CHA does not specify what those services are and leaves it up to the provinces to decide. If a province does not designate a procedure as being “medically necessary,” then that province is under no obligation to fund it through its health care insurance plan."(Read more on this here: ARE PROVINCES REQUIRED TO PAY FOR ABORTIONS?)
"Abortion was declared a fundamental human right by the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights — this is a covenant that Canada has signed into."False again.
"For instance, in order to illustrate that the post-conception group of cells is an individual separate from the mother, Queen’s Alive twists scientific discourse. They assert that because the fetus has the potential to be a different sex from the mother, it can’t possibly be the same entity. This is their “scientific” justification for giving the group of cells individual personhood apart from the mother. Again, this is based on a sense of moral authority rather than science."Does he really believe that the preborn child who has its own DNA, its own blood type, and its own sex, is not an entity separate and distinct from its mother? Because biologically speaking, the preborn child is clearly separate from its mother, meaning Queen's Alive is right.
"I’m very much aware that what I’m suggesting is radical — but a discussion needs to happen on the limits of free speech. Should the Queen’s community allow such willful shaming and misinformation to clog up tables in Mac-Corry?"Curlew wants a discussion on the limits of free speech--just don't let the pro-life club speak on campus. The irony is not lost on us. Perhaps it is lost on Curlew.
"The ads say “Abortion Stops A Beating Heart” The ad does not include any graphic images. Instead, it depicts a red and black heart with the words, “Pregnant? Need help?” accompanied by a number and website for the organization Action Life."But the pro-abortions are up in arms. No surprise there:
"A photo of the ad shared on Facebook on March 11 by Algonquin College student Danika Sabourin generated over 220 shares and 68 likes over two days.
“I am so disgusted,” wrote Sabourin. “How can this post even be allowed on here?”
Local activist and blogger Kayla Spagnoli shared the image on Twitter and asked people to contact OC Transpo because she said she found the campaign insensitive to women.
“I feel like there is a time and a place but I don’t think that is on the back of a bus where it could be triggering or harmful for younger audiences,” said Spagnoli. “Bringing up abortion in that light is not helpful for anyone. It makes it seem very black and white.”"Good grief.
"Thank you for the Ads on the buses from Action Life. Abortion does stop a beating heart. These ads tell the truth and I applaud your decision to post them. Thank you."You can send your own response in support of the ad to OC Transpo here.
"it It gives some human rights to fetuses and could thereby pose a threat to women’s constitutional rights and abortion rights."Never mind that Bill C225 would not give human rights to pre-born children:
"This bill is about protecting pregnant women and their preborn children from the actions of third parties who want to do them harm. It addresses those tragic and horrific situations, like the case of Cassie Kaake and her preborn daughter, Molly, who were victims of a brutal attack. This bill does not in any way impact a woman’s choice to terminate her pregnancy. Abortion is, by definition, excluded from the bill because of the clear wording in the bill that makes causing injury or death to the preborn child an offence only if the person does so “while committing or attempting to commit an offence under this Act against a female person that the person knows is pregnant.” In other words, these new offences are not stand-alone offences. The new offences in “Cassie and Molly’s Law” address only the situations where a third party harms or kills a woman’s preborn child while committing or attempting to commit a criminal offence against the woman – action to which she clearly has not consented. This legislation honours and protects a woman’s ‘right to choose’ to give birth to her baby."And never mind that there isn't even a constitutional right to abortion. Never mind any of that. Arthur just opposes the bill because as she said about Bill C-484:
“If the fetuses are recognized in this bill, it could bleed into people’s consciousness and make people change their minds about abortion.”For Arthur, changing people's minds about abortion would be a pro-choice mortal sin. It must never be allowed to happen and she will do everything in her power to make sure it never does.
"Alas, they have indeed dropped me from the morning lineup. You can find details (including a pitch to help me carry on online) here:
It was a good run and I’m sorry it ended on the radio. But it will continue as a podcast if people support it, as I hope and trust they will."
"Dr. Wiebe is the Vancouver physician who this week oversaw the first court-sanctioned physician-assisted death in the country."The Globe calls Dr. Wiebe a "trailblazer", a "public service pioneer", "courageous" with "immense compassion" and "a deep understanding of the human condition."
“that a specific decision was made to not inform the women about the drug manufacturer's warning.”
“The BC Pharmacy Association is pleased to announce a free webinar featuring Dr. Ellen Wiebe, who will be speaking about how physicians and pharmacists can work together in providing assisted death to patients. Dr. Wiebe, a Vancouver family physician who enabled a patient to access physician assisted death after a court approval last week, will be sharing her story on this case. This webinar provides an opportunity to talk about the issues raised because of this court case and the important issues facing interprofessional collaboration that came to light afterwards.”