Speak Up For Life Event

Thanks to the over 30 people who joined us in standing in solidarity with pre-born children and their mothers, as we commemorated the anniversary of the day the Supreme Court of Canada struck down our abortion law (Jan 28, 1988), which made abortion available on-demand throughout all nine months of pregnancy at MP Bryan May's office. Although Mr. May's schedule did not permit him to meet with us today, we were able to present our letter, on behalf of our board and membership, to his staff (see below). Cambridge Right to Life has a meeting scheduled with Mr. May to follow up on the concerns in our letter on February 13th. If you wish to [...]

Speak Up For Life Event2020-01-28T15:33:17-05:00

Let’s Talk About Women’s Mental Health

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 is Bell Let's Talk Day. It's a day created by the Canadian telecommunications company Bell Canada to raise funds and awareness surrounding mental health issues, and end the stigma that is often associated with the illness. Today, more than ever, it's critical to have resources and support for those who are hurting. Powerful stories of people overcoming or just coming to terms with mental health issues is a positive step, but it is troubling how many refuse to accept the overwhelming evidence that abortion is associated with elevated rates of mental illness. Many women today, work hard to destigmatize abortion. Between the pro-abortion Women's March, the MeToo movement and the Shout Your Abortion movement, [...]

Let’s Talk About Women’s Mental Health2020-01-25T12:50:36-05:00

Babies Born Alive After Abortion Are Left to Die – 150 in 2018

Babies born alive following an abortion is not a new phenomenon in Canada. It has occurred since the 1969 abortion law was passed with an amendment made to the Criminal Code of Canada which allowed abortion under certain conditions. A 1975 brief by Alliance for Life presented to Parliament highlighted this often ignored outcome of abortion: "For the past few years, there have been several hundred hysterotomies performed annually in Canadian hospitals. A hysterotomy, which is similar to a caesarean section, results in the delivery of a live child. The child is then left deliberately to die, a process that takes anywhere from a few minutes to several hours. Nurses are forbidden tto make any attempts to [...]

Babies Born Alive After Abortion Are Left to Die – 150 in 20182020-01-18T17:09:30-05:00

January 2017 Events Calendar

Start out the New Year with social awareness events! Here are 3 big pro-life events happening in our area during the month of January: On Saturday, January 14th attend a Fish & Chips Dinner and learn about the censorship of abortion records in Ontario. Statistics matter in a debate such as this one, and Ontario hasn't made these records accessible since January 2012. Learn about why this is, and the current legal challenge to end the censorship. Dinner starts at 5pm and the Speaker starts at 6pm. Location: Knights of Columbus Hall, 145 Dearborn Pl. Waterloo Contact Jane Richard at KW Right to Life for more information and to purchase tickets. Phone: 519.746.5433 On Tuesday, [...]

January 2017 Events Calendar2017-05-03T13:21:14-04:00

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 many lives and stories does this truly represent? 1.9% of 93,755 = 1781.3 Children born after 21 weeks gestation can survive outside the womb, but the National Post reveals that Canadians killed at least 1781 of those children in one year alone. That's 4-5 babies per day being killed instead of being delivered alive and given a chance to survive. [...]

Prematurity and Abortion in Canada2016-12-20T11:56:48-05:00

The Morning After

By Camilla Gunnarson On the day after the federal election, Canada woke up to a red wave as an overwhelming majority of Canadians voted in a Liberal government, under Justin Trudeau. Canada has been hit by a red wave,” said TV’s anchor Peter Mansbridge, as the results rolled in during CBC’s election coverage. Political pundits and viewers were stunned to see the colour red blanket the map of Canada with 184 seats going to the Federal Liberals. Justin Trudeau referred to his win not as a red wave but as, “Sunny ways,” referring reportedly, to former Liberal Prime Minister Wilfrid Laurier’s philosophical appeal to “positive politics.” For pro-lifers, Justin Trudeau’s win does not represent a [...]

The Morning After2016-03-29T12:55:22-04:00

2015 Annual Protest Walk

Please join us for a peaceful demonstration outside MP Gary Goodyear’s office (1425 Bishop Street) on Friday, January 30th, 2015 from 1:00 – 2:00 pm. Twenty-seven years ago, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down Canada’s only abortion law. Since that ruling, abortion is available on-demand through all nine months of pregnancy up to the moment of delivery for any reason or no reason. For the past nine years the conservative government has done everything within its power to avert a discussion, debate or even consider Canada’s status quo on the issue of abortion. But like it or not, the issue of abortion is sure to dominate the 2015 election due to Justin Trudeau’s undemocratic edict to disallow pro-life [...]

2015 Annual Protest Walk2015-10-29T12:49:18-04:00
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