YORKTON ALLIANCE M.P. SPONSORS PRO-LIFE MOTION

On September 30, Yorkton-Melville MP Garry Breitkreuz sponsored Motion M-83 in Parliament—one of many such motions he has put forward over the years only to be rejected by the Liberals who control which Motions will be drawn upon. The Motion states, “That the Standing Committee on Health should fully examine, study and report to Parliament on: (a) whether or not abortions are medically necessary for the purpose of maintaining health, preventing disease or diagnosing or treating an injury, illness or disability; and (b) the health risks for women undergoing abortions compared to women carrying their babies to full term.”“Medical necessity” […]
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AUSTRALIAN DOCTOR SAYS ULTRASOUND SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED ROUTINE

SYDNEY, October 1, 2002 (SPUC/LSN.ca) – Most parents view ultrasound “as a mid-pregnancy milestone and a first photo opportunity for their unborn baby.” But doctors are casting doubt on whether it helps for parents to be told their unborn child may have a remote chance of abnormality.  The Sydney Morning Herald quotes Lachlan de Crespigny, director of ultrasound at Royal Women’s Hospital in Melbourne, as stating that pre-natal ultrasound examinations are wrongly regarded as routine, often revealing only “imprecise signs” of abnormality and the many mothers would prefer not to be burdened with “inconclusive findings” that may turn out to […]
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CALGARY BISHOP WRITES POWERFUL ABORTION COLUMN

SYDNEY, October 1, 2002 (/LSN.ca) – Calgary Bishop Fred Henry once again emphatically defends the Catholic Church’s teaching on abortion in a column in today’s Calgary Sun. Not mincing any words Bishop Henry says “Some behaviours are always wrong, always incompatible with our love of God and the dignity of the human person…Abortion willed either as an end or a means is gravely contrary to the moral law. ”  Seeming to emphasize his recent support for a pastor who would not marry a Planned Parenthood employee, Henry writes “Formal co-operation in an abortion constitutes a grave offence. The Catholic Church […]
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