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Last week the New Abortion Caravan rolled through Chilliwack and it caused resident Cale Esau to respond with this letter to the Chilliwack Progress. Esau writes, "I am writing the paper to register my disgust with the persons or organization who dropped a flyer on my doorstep that said "Cigarette smoking hurts babies. So does abortion."  A number of responses to Cale Esau were sent in to the Chilliwack Times and today two of those were printed. The first, by Belinda VanWinkoop states in part, "Some choices can be celebrated-the choice to give a baby up for adoption, and some choices have dire consequences."  (click here to read the full letter) The second, by director Mike Schouten, takes issue with Cale Esau's desire to censor the pro-life message simply because of disagreement with it. (click here to read the full letter) Using the medium of local newspapers is a great way to engage the culture!

"For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." With these well-known words the Psalmist praises God for His intricate...

In a special to the BC Catholic, Dr. Paul Ranalli asserts that the all-or-nothing approach by some pro-lifers to force policy against 'choice' hasn't worked.  Ruth Shaw of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform; Dr. Alexander Moens, a professor of political science at SFU;...

This morning we learned that Stephen Woodworth, MP for Kitchener Centre had traded his position on the order paper with another member. CBC reported that, "According to the Order Paper, his motion to review the current Criminal Code provisions on homicide in light of medical and scientific advancements has been dropped from the top of the private members' business priority list." This was confirmed when we received the following communication from Mr. Woodworth. Please remember him and his family in your prayers as they go through this trying time.

Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC) came out with a statement today expressing support for In a well written blog post,  Don Hutchinson, Vice President and General Legal Counsel of EFC says, "The objective “to build a groundswell of support among the Canadian public for...

ARPA (Association for Reformed Political Action) Canada has a mission to educate, equip, and encourage Reformed Christians to political action and to shine the light of God's Word to Canada's municipal, provincial, and federal governments. Recently, ARPA Canada's Legal Counsel and Ontario Director had...

New Abortion Caravan takes reality of abortion to Vancouver streets (click here for photos of the event) Vancouver, BC - May 29, 2012 - Today the reality of abortion was made visible to thousands of people in downtown Vancouver. Canada has no abortion law and over 100,000 children are dying every year. It's time that Canadians who aren't convinced that this is a grave injustice, saw with their own eyes what is being chosen when a child is aborted. Trucks plastered with images of aborted pre-born children drove through the downtown core of Vancouver and young women and men held large signs of aborted fetuses with a single phrase attached - "Choice?" director, Mike Schouten joined other speakers at the launch of the New Abortion Caravan in calling for something to be done about the status quo concerning abortion in Canada. "It's a travesty that abortions happen in Canada though all 9 months of pregnancy", Schouten said to the throng that had assembled in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery. "Canada needs a federal abortion law", he shouted to the cheers of many.

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