Monthly Archives: November 2020

502 Live birth abortions from 2014 to 2018

by Patricia Maloney Tuesday, June 30, 2020By Patricia Maloney Live birth abortions from Statistics Canada: Termination of pregnancy, affecting fetus and newborn [P96.4] I’ve reported on these Stats Canada’s livebirth abortions, and CIHI’s livebirth abortions, many times before. Statistics Canada’s and … Continue reading

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Dr. Catherine Frazee – Justice Committee Parliamentary Hearing -Bill C-7 begs the question, why persons with disabilities?

Sunday, November 15, 2020 Catherine Frazee, Professor Emerita, Ryerson University School of Disability Studies.   I speak today from the Mi’kma’ki the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people. I am a settler here bound by treaties of peace … Continue reading

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Euthanasia – Panacea or Pandora’s Box?

We learned from Health Canada’s  First Annual Report on Maid (Euthanasia) deaths  released in July that 13.7% of Canadians who died by euthanasia gave isolation or loneliness as one of their reasons for requesting euthanasia.  How sad that their feelings … Continue reading

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New website about the abortion pill reversal process launched by Alliance for Life Ontario

Launch of Alliance for Life Ontario is pleased to announce the launch of its latest educational website, “” and also the beginning of the 2020 Reaching Minds Through Media Social Media Campaign. [Every pro-life person or organization] “each of … Continue reading

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Health Canada released first annual euthanasia (medical assistance in dying) report

The first annual report of statistical information concerning euthanasia (MAID) was released in July by Health Canada.  Its data comes from Canada’s federal monitoring and reporting regime which came into effect in November 2018. Previously, the department had compiled and … Continue reading

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