Opponents of MAiD have a golden “window of opportunity” to change public opinion, but the trade-off is they can’t slam the door shut on those with differing views, warns veteran physician Dr. Peggy Gibson.

MAiD for mentally ill delayed by Parliament

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The expansion of assisted suicide in Canada to those suffering solely from mental illness is being delayed by a year.

'The Babylon Bee' takes aim at Canada's MAiD madness

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The popular humour-satire site The Babylon Bee has been taking jabs at the Trudeau government’s promotion of “Medical Assistance in Dying” and at the moral absurdity of euthanasia itself.

Canadians rank low in Mass attendance

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In Nigeria, 94 per cent of Catholics say they go to Mass at least once a week. In Canada, 14 per cent. In Quebec, two per cent.

Ouellet’s Rome service comes to an end

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Cardinal Marc Ouellet’s long career in the highest ranks of Church leadership is coming to a close. Pope Francis has accepted his resignation, sending him off into retirement.

Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet retires

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Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet, one of the highest ranking prefects in the Vatican, is officially retiring.

True north strong and abortion free

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Kevin Dunn is immersed in what he considers “perhaps the most important project of my career as a broadcaster and a filmmaker.”

Rally challenges 1988 Morgentaler Supreme Court ruling

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No right to abortion was enshrined in law 35 years ago when the Supreme Court of Canada made its R. vs. Morgentaler ruling, and that remains the case today, said a letter delivered to the Prime Minister today, two days short of the anniversary of the court’s 1988 ruling.

Alcohol warnings go beyond public health

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If you know you’re risking cancer, if what you’re doing damages cells throughout your body and degrades your DNA — that basic building block of life that scientist Francis Crick, head of the human genome project, called “the language of God” — would you keep doing it?

Court rules on Mt. Cashel settlement for abuse cases

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A Jan. 12 decision by the Newfoundland Labrador Supreme Court is expected to solidify and focus the compensation claims process for the victims of abuse at the Mount Cashel Orphanage in St. John’s in the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s.