REAL Women of Canada has pointed out that Hedy Fry, Secretary of State for Status of Women and Multiculturalism was confused about where she heard of crosses burning. “But not in Prince George, BC, by the KKK as she claimed, but instead, they were right in her own territory, planted by her sister feminists on International Women’s Day, March 8, last year. At that time, 50 feminist activists met at Phillips Square in downtown Montreal, campaigning against sexism and for abortion rights. Afterwards, these women marched staunchly to the Catholic Cathedral, Our Lady Queen of the World, where they burned crosses outside the Church and then went inside to spray-paint slogans on the altar, turning over flower pots, sticking some soiled napkins to pictures and walls and throwing condoms around the Cathedral. All the while, these women yelled slogans against religion and in favour of abortion and, of course, in support of their freedom of speech (all others to be silent!).”

Bell Canada has pulled its pornographic channels from their Bell ExpressVu satellite service after CBC news revealed that the pornography shown on the stations would not pass by Canadian sensors.

A mother in New Zealand is furious after learning that her 13-year-old daughter was given the abortifacient morning-after pill in school without her parents knowledge. Health and education authorities are defending the Spotswood College school nurse involved. See “Mum furious at school for giving daughter morning-after pill” 28 March 2001,1008,721873a11,FF.html