Monthly Archives: January 2012

One sided report

A one sided report As mentioned previously, the Royal Society of Canada’s Expert Panel recently released a report on End-of-Life Decision Making. It recommended the legalization of euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide. However, it is important to realize the weakness of … Continue reading

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Abortion and infanticide

Last fall, an Alberta woman was let off with no jail time for strangling her newborn son. She was given a suspended sentence of three years. She had previously been found guilty by two juries of second degree murder for … Continue reading

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Canadians and abortion

Canadians want legal protection before birth 72% of Canadians surveyed in the September National Omnibus poll supported legal protection for unborn babies at some point before birth. 62% said they want protection either from conception or 2-3 months gestation and … Continue reading

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Too many people?

With about 7 billion people on the planet, headlines about overpopulation disasters are continuously being made. In the past 100 years, the world’s population has doubled, and doubled again. However, during the past century population growth has meant greater prosperity. … Continue reading

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The Salvation Army and abortion

Recent articles about the Salvation Army have highlighted  the organization’s support of  abortion in some cases based on the Salvation Army’s International branch statement on abortion. Although The Salvation Army believes in the sanctity of all human life, the International Positional Statement … Continue reading

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