Development and Peace has received an additional $500,000 from Global Affairs Canada to spend between now and Christmas to keep Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh safe, warm and dry.

Tories adopt several pro-life stands

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OTTAWA – While divided on abortion, the Conservative Party has adopted policies to remove the controversial pro-abortion attestation requirement of the Canada Summer Jobs program and to end funding for overseas abortion as part of Canada’s maternal and child health program.

More than a game: Ottawa team plays against Parkland school marred by mass shooting

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Beyond the competition, football is about brotherhood for the St. Matthew’s Tigers. 

Bishop Fabbro vows renewed effort to restore Windsor’s historic Assumption Church

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A wall of secrecy doomed two successive fundraising campaigns to restore one of Canada’s most significant historical churches in Windsor, Ont., an independent inquiry has found.

Knights of Columbus elect B.C. man to board of directors

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The Knights of Columbus on Canada’s west coast have been waiting 30 years for this moment.

Federal government makes ambitious plans for poverty reduction

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Over the next 12 years the federal government promises to raise 2.1 million Canadians out of poverty and take Canada’s poverty rate from one in every eight Canadians to one in every 17 Canadians by 2030.

Archbishop Mancini attacking abuse issue head-on

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Even as he faces another sex abuse case in his own diocese, Archbishop Anthony Mancini is not afraid of going bankrupt.

Regina's Archbishop Bolen appeals directly to abuse victims

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Just three months after launching a video appeal to victims of clergy abuse, Regina Archbishop Don Bolen is again appealing to victims to come forward.

Trinity Western law school plans on hold

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OTTAWA – Trinity Western University’s decision to drop its mandatory community covenant has left religious freedom advocates wondering how it will impact the future of their cause. 

An epic pilgrimage trek at Lac Ste. Anne

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LAC STE ANNE COUNTY, Alta. – She finally made it. 

Charity faces another court fight with federal government to defend their advocacy activity

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OTTAWA – A poverty-fighting group, fresh from a victory over a law that threatened its status as a charity, is facing another round of legal fighting after the federal government appealed the court ruling.