The Canada Family Action Coalition is urging pro-family Canadians to send a letter of protest to the Saskatchewan Minister of Justice over the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (HRC) decision banning the quoting of Bible verses on homosexuality in newspaper ads. The HRC ruled that the publishing of the Bible verses would cause hatred and the ad’s publisher and the newspaper were fined. Complaints may be made to: Honourable Chris Axworthy, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Saskatchewan [email protected]

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The opening of the UN AIDS summit saw Canada playing the leading role to allow a homosexual activist group to participate in the meetings. Several countries objected to the participation of the International Gay & Lesbian Human Rights Commission.  /stories/20010625/601052.html&qs=stephen%20edwards

The Irish government has agreed to a referendum on proposed abortion legislation to be held before the end of the year. The legislation would outlaw psychological reasons as an excuse for abortion as was allowed by the Irish Supreme Court. The court decision ruled contemplation of suicide is a threat to the life of the mother, a condition under which abortion was permitted.

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EFE reports that an Argentinian court has refused an abortion for a baby doctors claim has anencephaly. The Buenos Aires Provincial Supreme Court said they must rule for life since “Otherwise, for the sake of coherency, we would have to argue that any fetus suffering from anencephaly is not a human being but a corpse, a dead body, a thing.”


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