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One of our team members offers commentary on the undercover videos exploring what some Planned Parenthood affiliates do with the bodies of the fetuses aborted in its clinics. (This post was originally written on July 28, 2015.) By now, you’ve probably heard of the Human Capital video series made by the Center for Medical Progress. […]
Canadian pro-life advocates are in shock today as they learn of Health Canada’s decision to approve “the abortion pill,” or RU-486. CBC reports that the drug combination – mifepristone (to block the pregnancy-sustaining hormone progesterone) and misoprostol (to cause uterine contractions, delivering the fetus and placenta) – will be distributed by existing abortion providers instead […]
Earlier this week, Jezebel writer Joanna Rothkopf wrote about a 20-year-old university student in Ohio who was charged with “aggravated murder, abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence.” Emily Weaver was arrested after reportedly asphyxiating the newborn she had delivered near her sorority house. She faces $1 million bail and a potential life sentence […]
Earlier this year, articles from the National Post & Global News showed the effect that smoking has on human beings before birth. Ultrasound images in both stories show the preborn child covering their face while their mother inhales cigarette smoke. We can no longer claim that our actions have no consequences on children in-utero. Ultrasound technology has opened […]
If you support elective abortion – defined as on-demand abortions for non-medical reasons – then you have to answer this question, “At what point is it wrong?” Is abortion wrong when the life that’s ended has its own genetic coding, metabolism, reproductive potential, and growth? In other words, when they first exist as human beings […]
The 2015 March for Life theme is: “Let Life Win!” This fall, a federal election will be held across Canada to choose its 142nd Parliament. 25, 000 Canadians came to Parliament Hill, declaring that they would “let life win” – both in government affairs and the difficult decisions they face in everyday life. — The 2014 March for […]