Monthly Archives: December 2015

Milestones of early life

    This timeline of prenatal development is dated from conception. The sex of a child is determined at conception as is the colour of the eyes and the hair. The heart begins to beat around the 21st day.   … Continue reading

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Status of Québec Euthanasia Law

 We share with you the latest developments concerning the Québec euthanasia law. The following is a portion of the press release issued by the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition: Status of Québec Euthanasia Law Remains in Flux Press Release – December 10, … Continue reading

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The words of one abortionist

Sharing from Live Action.org  

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Delay of euthanasia in Quebec

  On December 1st, Justice Michel Pinsonnault of the Quebec Superior Court ruled that articles in the Quebec law permitting euthanasia in the province – which was to come into effect on December 10th- are in conflict with the Criminal … Continue reading

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When life begins

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On euthanasia

Sharing photo from Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Following the February 2015 Supreme Court decision striking down the prohibition on euthanasia and assisted suicide in Canada, a ruling to come into effect in one year, the previous federal government announced in July … Continue reading

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Alternatives to abortion

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Unwanted?

If a child is unwanted by his biological parents, there are many couples waiting to adopt and love that child. Being wanted or not has no bearing on a human being’s right to life.        

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