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 Calendar2017-05-03T13:21:14-05:00

2016 AGM and Documentary Screening

Join us for our Annual General Meeting and the screening of a powerful new documentary, "The Euthanasia Deception." This film transports viewers to countries such as Belgium and the Netherlands where euthanasia has been legal for many years. Families have been devastated by the impact of "mercy killing" in their lives. Learn about how legal 'safeguards' are slowly but surely stripped away, leaving us all vulnerable. "The Euthanasia Deception" is produced by DunnMedia in association with the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. We will have Kevin Dunn, the documentary producer and director, with us at the screening to describe his experiences during filming and to answer questions. Our brief Annual General Meeting will start at 7pm, followed [...]

2016 AGM and Documentary Screening2016-11-01T12:20:04-05:00

A Note of Thanks

Dear members and supportersĀ of the Cambridge Right to Life, Although I have only been working here at the office for less than 3 months, you are already all becoming "dear" to me. I have been so impressed by the support that you have contributed to myself and the board members, particularly in this very busy month of May, our annual Respect for Life month. I have already written about earlier events, such as the March for Life and school visit to the Marian Residence retirement home. But due to the incredible turn-out to our Coffee & Dessert Evening, I felt the need to update you all once more! On Thursday, May 19th, we filled the [...]

A Note of Thanks2016-05-31T11:16:34-05:00

Emotional Plea Confuses Issue

Yesterday's top news story around the country featured an impassioned plea of Dr. Donald Low who posthumously called on Canadians to advocate for assisted suicide. Low was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer seven months ago and he died on September 18th. There is no question that the video pulls at your heart stringsĀ but Low's message is extremely dangerous. Is it wise to pass laws without considering the unintended consequences? It is natural to be concerned about how our friends and family will receive care should they become ill. People want to be treated with dignity and equality. They want to feel safe when they are not in a position to advocate for themselves. But do [...]

Emotional Plea Confuses Issue2013-10-08T10:17:39-05:00
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