Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

After a rash of “very poor” judgments in recent years, John Carpay was “happily surprised” the Federal Court of Canada ruled on Jan. 23 that Justin Trudeau’s government was not justified in using the Emergencies Act against the Freedom Convoy protest in 2022.

The Archdiocese of Toronto’s annual ShareLife parish charitable appeal soared to a record high $14.2 million haul in 2023, surpassing the previous record set in 2021 by more than $300,000. 

Christian lawyer Lia Milousis hoped the votable resolution she and Kerri Froc submitted to the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) would convince the federal government to delay once again expanding medical assistance in dying (MAiD) to individuals solely dealing with a mental health illness. 

T Harv. Eker, the Canadian businessman, author and motivational speaker who espouses that a person’s mental attitude is foundational in creating wealth, once said “it’s not enough to be in the right place at the right time. You have to be the right person in the right place at the right time.”

Bishop Allen Academy student leads Team Canada to U-18 bronze

The legal fight continues for Josh Alexander, the 17-year-old who has been suspended from St. Joseph’s High School in Pembroke, Ont., since November 2022.

Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Que.’s Our Lady of the Cape Marian statue will be a lady of the hour at the 10th National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis this summer.

Rev. Karen Petersen Finch is aiming to empower Christians to become knowledgeable and confident communicators of faith through a series of ecumenical lectures in Saskatchewan on Jan. 24 and 25.

Brooks, Alta., author Ben Galeski’s splendid new novel, The Good Heart, chronicles a young Canadian infantryman who turns to God and his inner strength to survive the hellish crucible of the First World War.

Meteghan RCMP have opened an arson investigation after deeming a rectory fire next to the former St. Bernard Church in Digby County, N.S., to be “suspicious in nature.”