Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

Quinton Amundson, The Catholic Register

The federal government established a pathway for Bill C-62 — the legislation that, if passed by Parliament before March 17, will halt the expansion of Canada’s euthanasia regime for at least two years — to likely progress through the House of Commons before the end of Feb. 15. 

A suspected arson struck at Blessed Sacrament Parish in downtown Regina Feb. 9.

St. Mary of Egypt Refuge is embarking on the third year of its commitment to provide comfort and support for survivors of sex trafficking.

Alberta’s proposed parental rights policy is another step in parents regaining control of their children’s education —  in particular concerning a perceived overreach with gender ideology — from school bureaucrats, say its supporters.

The federal government is planning to delay its planned expansion of assisted suicide for individuals sole living with mental illness until March 2027.

The University of Guelph, Wellington Catholic District School Board (WCDSB) and Upper Grand District School Board (UGDSB) are collaborating to provide students with disabilities the skills essential for competitive employment. 

Canada’s Catholic colleges and universities are taking a “wait and see” view of the federal government’s Jan. 22 pronouncement of a two-year intake cap on international student permits.

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.