By Steve Jalsevac

  March 27, 2007 ( –  Campaign Life Coalition, Canada’s National Pro-Life Organization involved in the political field, is ramping up for an unusually demanding slate of major activities this year.

  An imminent federal election call demanding the evaluation of the pro-life position of the candidates and support activities for pro-life candidates in key races is the largest task. Preparations for the extensive 10th annual National March for Life activities will somehow have to be undertaken at the same time.

  Following the above will be provincial elections this year in Ontario and six other provinces. It will all be rather overwhelming for the paid and volunteer office staffs and numerous volunteers around the country.

  Add to that the fedral Tory’s growing, unnecessary paranoia over abortion and the same-sex marriage issues and their increasingly heavy moves to muzzle every candidate on these issues – just like the NDP, the Liberals and the Bloc – CLC and its many supporters have one exceptionally challenging year ahead.

  Read all about these developments and more in the April CLC National News.

  Report titles are:

  * National March for Life, May 9-11 in Ottawa
  * The importance of principled MPs
  * Liberal wins Tory nomination in BC?
  * Voter turnout is important
  * Report on Ontario Strategy Meeting, February 16-18, 2007
  * The brouhaha over judges
  * Population problems
  * Abortion an issue in Quebec election
  * 7 other Provinces prepare for elections
  * 21-week-old baby renews abortion debate
  * Ontario Family Coalition Party turns 20
  * Pro-life Cheques

  See the always insightful accompanying Jim Hughes letter at

  See the Complete April CLC National News at

  Donations can be made by sending in the accompanying donation response card at

  or by donating on line at


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