Anna Farrow

Anna Farrow

Who greets you on a Sunday morning when you walk into your church? Gentlemanly ushers? Nervous pre-teens co-opted to offer a shy word of welcome? Or an off-duty police officer packing a pistol?

Former Montreal priest and convicted sex offender Brian Boucher remains unrepentant as he prepares to leave prison this month, says the bishop instrumental is bringing him to justice.

Despite concerns surrounding the implementation of Medical Assistance in Dying (MAiD) for Canadian federal prisoners, the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) is confident the process is fool proof.

June 26, 2024

The new colonialism

Canada’s foreign aid bows down to progressive causes, ties hands of those receiving aid

Despite recent revisions to guidelines for Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD) in Canadian prisons announced in March, correctional investigator Ivan Zinger remains concerned about a process that remains opaque to public scrutiny. 

A lawsuit launched last August against the Quebec government by pastor Art Lucier and Harvest Ministries International (HMI) was, according to their lawyer, never about the money.

A Quebec-based non-profit that helped churches to “go green” has been forced to close its doors less than 10 years after it was incorporated.

Neither a smoke bomb, shrieking foes, nor police warnings kept pro-life Quebecers from taking to Quebec City streets June 1 for what organizers hope will become an annual March for Life.

A year ago, Ottawa businessman John Pacheco woke up with a perplexing divine message running through his head: “Get the schools going.”

To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Italian-Canadian artist Guido Nincheri, a year-long exhibition of drawings and archival material from his once famous atelier is being staged at Château Dufresne in Montreal.