Monthly Archives: August 2012

Abortion not medically necessary

Canadian Physicians for Life: Abortions are not ‘medically necessary’ Under Canadian law, provinces fund all ‘medically necessary’ health services, although which procedures are necessary is not defined. It is left to the provinces to decide which medical services they will … Continue reading

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To kill or to care

Euthanasia is an action or omission done with the intention of causing another person’s death. Euthanasia by action can be injecting lethal drugs in a patient with the intention of deliberately ending that person’s life. Euthanasia by omission can be witholding  … Continue reading

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Guilty of assisted suicide

On Tuesday, July 17th, 2012, a Minnesota man was found guilty of assisted suicide in the deaths of 18 year old Carleton University student, Nadia Kajouji and 32 year old Mark Drybrough from England when a Minnesota appeals court upheld … Continue reading

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Euthanasia and assisted suicide = killing

Euthanasia and assisted suicide are a false, misguided and deadly compassion. In Canada, words like “right to die”, “death with dignity”, “aid in dying”, “medically assisted death”, are being used to justify giving one person the legal right to kill … Continue reading

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Abortion word games

A child by any other name is still a child. You can change the words but not the reality. When a pregnant woman is carrying a “wanted child”, it is called a baby. When the topic of abortion arises, the unborn … Continue reading

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The cost of abortion

How much does an abortion cost? One human life. Abortion is never safe for the unborn child whose life is ended by the procedure.

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