The Report newsmagazine reported Monday that Reform B.C. leader Bill Vander Zalm has condemned the province’s plans on morning-after pills. “The Ministry of Health and the College of Pharmacists of B.C. have taken leave of their senses,” he says. “By what moral authority are they prepared to give these pills to underage children without a proper medical diagnosis by a doctor, or without the child’s parents being notified for permission?” The former premier threatens to help launch a class-action suit again the college and the ministry should “even one B.C. child be harmed by the use of this pill.” (Pro-Life E-News)

The National Post reports that a BC judge has asked for more time to consider the sentence of a woman who engaged her foster daughter in an incestuous homosexual relationship. “They are a couple and proud of it,” said Alexander Watt, lawyer for Ms. Hetu the foster mother.


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