National Post Happy to Promote Left Wing Pro-Homosexual Smear Campaigns

Homosexuals, nakedness, gay parade, march for jesus

Ric McIver considers Artur Pawlowski a friend Jen Gerson, with the National Post, wrote an article a couple of days ago stating that Ric McIver has ties to an “anti-gay” evangelical named Artur Pawlowski. Firstly, I worked closely with Artur Pawlowski on various Christian events (including the Night on the Street for the Poor, March … Read more

MacKay defends proposed prostitution laws

Question Period - June 5, 2014

article link: Winnipeg Free Press Federal Justice Minister Peter MacKay is dismissing criticism of his newly tabled bill on Canada’s prostitution laws, saying the changes he’s proposing provide a safer environment for sex workers than the alternatives proposed by critics. MacKay made the comments to the Free Press Tuesday in response to the Winnipeg Working … Read more

High Schooler loses eligibility, but not his conscience, for running in pro-life relay

Article Link: National Right to Life – News Today By Dave Andrusko James Vignola I live in a state where in some cases it is easier to solve the Rubik Cube than figure out what makes students eligible—or ineligible—for a myriad of school-related activities. But this story—“Helias runner loses eligibility over pro-life relay, but not … Read more

Tory trying to keep ‘definition of human’ motion alive


Article Link: Toronto Sun Conservative Member of Parliament Stephen Woodworth debates his private member’s bill in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa April 26, 2012. (Reuters/CHRIS WATTIE)   OTTAWA – Less than a week after MPs return to the Commons in mid-September, they’re set to dive into a debate about Canada’s 400-year-old … Read more

Police Arrest Media Outside Toronto Abortuary – Confiscate Film

by Fri Oct 15, 1999 11:15 EST TORONTO, Oct 15 ( – Canadian pro-life hero Linda Gibbons was arrested again today outside the Scott abortuary in Toronto, three weeks after her last release from prison.  The arrest was extremely unusual since media covering the protest from within the no-protest zone were also arrested. Freelance … Read more

News Release – Spratt & von Dehn found guilty of violating BC’s ‘bubble zone’: no jail time, both will appeal


VANCOUVER, June 20, 2011 (RKRNews) — Two prominent pro-life activists were convicted of violating BC’s infamous “bubble zone” law in provincial court today, but will serve no jail time—and their convictions and sentences will be appealed. Don Spratt was fined $1,000 fine and sentenced to two years’ probation; Cissy von Dehn was sentenced to two … Read more