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May 2017 events calendar

Respect Life Month events

The month of May is upon us, and this year we are once again celebrating May as Respect Life Month. As in previous years, we have three main events that you are invited to attend to educate yourself about life issues and to promote respect for life in our community.   March for Life Bus […]

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Carter Lake at 22 weeks gestational age, born in London ON in 2009.

Prematurity and Abortion in Canada

In 2012, the National Post compiled a large analysis of the statistics for Abortion & Canada. Some of the data they uncovered was that there were 93,755 abortions reported to government agencies in 2009, and that 1.9% of abortions were done after 21 weeks gestation. Abortion advocates brush this number off as though it means nothing, but how […]

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Director Viviana (left) with her brother and mom

Respect for Life Month 2016

The month of May is Respect for Life Month here at Cambridge Right to Life. During May, we double, triple, and quadruple our efforts to reach out to the community to share the beauty of choosing life for all generations and at all stages. The first weekend in May, many local churches included our Life Giving […]

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The Pain of Abortion Lasts a Lifetime

Cambridge Right to Life recently purchased advertising space at the newly constructed bus shelter at the Delta. Within hours of the ad going up, the sign case was found hanging open and the poster removed.  We’re used to people rejecting the pro-life message, but we’re left wondering if there is something more behind the sabotage to our ad, since this ad recognizes what few […]

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Let’s Pretend They’re Whales

An article in The Star reports that Community Safety Minister Madeleine Meilleur will announce this week that her ministry will conduct an extensive consultation in order to formulate new regulations to protect captive marine mammals in Ontario. We applaud this humanitarian response to obvious neglect and blatant animal abuse. After all, caring for animals is a moral issue. We […]

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Pregnant? Need Help?

Facing an unexpected pregnancy is not easy. There is confidential and non-judgemental help available. A 24 Hour Help Line (1-800-665-0570) that is operated by professionally trained volunteers is available day and night. They will listen to your needs and connect you to a local pregnancy center that offers free pregnancy tests, consultations about all pregnancy […]

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