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|D&P ‘guilty of either appallingly poor judgment or blatant incompetence’ - The Catholic Register||April 8|
|A sceptical note on Canada’s bishops and Development and Peace - Catholic Insight||December 12|
|Socon or Bust’s Numerous Investigative Reports on Development & Peace - John Pacheco||On Going|
|Poor judgment: Main Editorial, - The Catholic Register||March 27|
|D&P, LifeSite rev up their online war - Deborah Gyapong, The Canadian Catholic News||March 25|
|The Argument over Aid, Development and Adherence - Peter Kavanagh, The Catholic Register||October 27|
|Canadian Catholics Fund Pro-Abortion Group Tom McFeeley in the - National Catholic Register||March 17|
|Catholic Law Student Blog - Investigation of the LifeSiteNews initial report||March 20|
|Development and Peace Questions - Tom McFeeley in the National Catholic Register||March 25|
|Toronto archdiocese, ShareLife investigate claims D&P funds support abortion groups - Michael Swan, The Catholic Register||March 29|
|More evidence that Canadian bishops' office involved in abortion; agency denies charge - Catholic World News||March 31|
|Development and Peace Funds on hold for Mexican groups under investigation - Deborah Gyapong in The Catholic Register (not on line on the Register website)||April 12|
|CCODP investigates abortion support allegations - Western Catholic Reporter||April 13|
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