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By Steve Jalsevac

  OTTAWA, May 31, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Of serious concern for pro-life and pro-family Canadians has been the Conservative government’s maintenance of Liberal government appointed anti-family bureaucrats in the Department of Foreign Affairs. These bureaucrats have continued, through the United Nations, to promote policies to force countries to liberalize abortion laws, adopt de-population measures and institute legal support for homosexuality. REAL Women of Canada, a pro-family national women’s organization, has called on the Conservatives to finally clean house and replace the Foreign Affairs staff.

  In its May/June Reality magazine REAL Women states, “When will the Conservative government rid itself of these feminist ideologues who seem to dominate the public service in Ottawa.” More specifically, it calls for “a broom to sweep out the Foreign Affairs Department (among others) and its public servants who are using their positions as public servants, both within Canada and on our delegations at international conferences, to force an agenda, unbeknownst to Canadians, which destroys society and families.”

  Reality lists every one of the Canadian delegates to the UN’s Commission on the Status of Women meeting and notes that “a quick look at who was on the Canadian delegation at that meeting explains a great deal”.

  The list includes:

  Florence Levers, Head of Delegation – Coordinator, Status of Women, Canada, a radical feminist supporting, taxpayer funded organization

  Henri-Paul Normandin, Alternate Head of Delegation – Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of the Permanent Mission of Canada to the United Nations in New York

  Julie Delahanty – Deputy Director, Human Rights, Gender Equality, Health and Population Division, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

  Chantale Walker – Senior Policy Advisor, Human Rights, Gender Equality, Health & Population Division, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

  Nell Stewart – First Secretary, Human Rights, Canada’s Permanent Mission to the United Nations in New York

  Rebecca Smith – Policy Analyst, Human Rights, Gender Equality, Health and Population Division, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

  Stacey Douglas – Policy Analyst, Human Rights, Gender Equality, Health and Population Division, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

  Mary-Lou Sutton – Policy Analyst, Status of Women, Canada

  Marianne Fotonoff – Policy Analyst, Status of Women, Canada

  Jennifer Myles – Policy Analyst, Gender Equality Division, Policy Branch, Canadian International Development Agency

  Duy Ai Kien – Senior Policy Analyst, Gender Equality Division, Policy Branch, Canadian International Development Agency

  Rawwida Baksh – Program Leader, Women’s Rights and Citizenship, International Development Research Centre

  Kara Mitchell – Policy Analyst, Education Division, Policy Branch, Canadian International Development Agency

  Sherry Lewis – Executive Director, Native Women’s Association of Canada

  Nisha Lynn Sajnani – Popular Educator, Power Camp

  Therese Mailloux – Deputy Minister Responsible for Women’s Issues, Quebec

 Sophie Niquette – Responsible for International Affairs Women’s Issues, Quebec

  Real Women concludes, “The Conservative government has been in power for 16 months – how much longer before the government, rather than the public servants, takes charge of Canada’s international policies?” 

  See related LifeSiteNews.com articles:

Canadian UN Representative Slams Muslim Nations for Opposing Gay Activist Groups
  https://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2007/feb/07020603.html

  China, India and Canada Kill UN Resolution Against Sex Selected Abortions
  https://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2007/mar/07030811.html

  Conservative Government Continuing Pro-Abortion Extremism at United Nations
  https://www.lifesitenews.com/ldn/2006/aug/06082503.html

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