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This is an exciting initiative which is sure to motivate other Canadian youth to get involved in speaking up for pre-born children! Every year grade 7 & 8 students at a Southern Ontario school organize a class fundraiser with the beneficiary being any...

Last month Vancouver, British Columbia resident Brian Whitlock was charged under the Criminal Code with wilfully causing suffering to an animal. Mr. Whitlock faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison, a lifetime ban on owning animals and a $75,000 fine. It is alleged that in July of 2012 Whitlock left his German shepherd for dead in a dumpster in an upscale area of Vancouver. The shepherd was found after passersby heard its cries. It was so malnourished and unresponsive that it died the next day. In the days following, the BCSPCA held a vigil in the shepherd’s honour and more than $70,000 was donated in an online campaign to raise money for the investigation. In an interview, Lorrie Chortyk of the BCSPCA said, “We deal with thousands of cases every year and deal with heartbreaking cases every day, but I think this particular case - the image of this dog, critically ill, lying in a dumpster - really touched people’s hearts.” Unfortunately, this is not the only case of animal cruelty which has received national attention. It was only  a short time ago that Canadians learned of the controversial cull by Robert Fawcett in Whistler, BC.  This case also received widespread media attention and was dutifully investigated by the British Columbia SPCA and the RCMP. Canadians were infuriated that 56 sled dogs were killed in such inhumane fashion: some were shot at point blank range while others had their throats slit before being dumped into a mass grave. The media reported nationwide outrage. Mr. Fawcett received three years probation for killing the sled dogs after an intense investigation that included exhuming the dogs over a year after they were killed. These two cases are examples of despicable behaviour, of human barbarity toward defenceless animals. The stories received proper attention and the public’s reaction was commensurate with the act.  I can’t help but wonder what the reaction would be by Canadians to the news that humans were killed in a similar manner and we were treated to images of new-born babies left to die in stainless steel pans on tables in private, profit generating clinics funded with taxpayer dollars.  How would they take this news? Would it touch their hearts?

What an incredible first year for the campaign! We have much to be thankful for and will be featuring some of the highlights on our Facebook page over the next week. If you haven't joined our Facebook page we encourage you to do so in...

A common argument by Canadians who don’t want to see any restrictions on abortion is that “late-term abortions don’t happen anyway.” Well, the National Post has smashed that myth to bits by providing an extremely useful info graphic (click on the above image for full view) so that Canadians can see first-hand the results of this country’s lack of any law restricting abortion. The info-graphic clearly shows how many pre-born children are dying at the hands of abortionists on a yearly basis in Canada--and even goes so far as to detail the ages at which these children are being killed. The myth that a gestational law is unnecessary because late-term abortions are rare is sometimes even echoed by pro-lifers. In a recent interview with LifeSiteNews.com, Mary Ellen Douglas of Campaign Life Coalition was asked what she thought of the National Post coverage.  Her response: “This graphic shows that you won’t save any babies with the gestational approach.” First, let’s remember that the goal of those advocating a gestational approach, including the WeNeedaLAW.ca  campaign is to restrict abortion to the greatest extent possible. There are multiple ways to do this.

Taking their cue from other pro-life groups, a number of Lethbridge area residents raised the funds to put up eight large billboards this month! In an educational campaign targeted at area residents, billboards have gone up in Lethbridge, Vulcan, Milk River and Fort Macloed. The...

  Maurice Vellacott, MP Saskatoon-Wanuskewin   Infanticide in Canada? StatsCanada reports 491 aborted live births, of 20 weeks gestation or greater (Coding P96.4 admits it affects “newborns”)   For Immediate Release                                                            December 10, 2012   OTTAWA – Recently MP Maurice Vellacott was shocked to...

  For Immediate Release (December 5, 2012)   MP’s Join to Call on Canadians to Help End Violence Against Women and Girls Ottawa, ON – Today Mark Warawa, Member of Parliament for Langley, was joined by several other MP’s in announcing a national call to...

A few years ago, in an interview with Peter Mansbridge of the CBC, Prime Minister Harper was asked about his party's position on abortion. His answer was, "Many people I know are pro-life. What I say to people, 'If you want to diminish the number of abortions, you’ve got to change hearts and not laws.' And I’m not interested in having a debate over abortion law." Please read the letter below and then click here to send. Parliament will have a glorious opportunity to help change hearts and minds next spring when they debate a motion calling for the condemnation of sex-selective pregnancy terminations. Motion 408 (click here for more info), introduced by Conservative MP Mark Warawa has been branded the "Protect Girls" motion and is addressing a problem that CBC exposed this past June. Females are being targeted in the womb with the worst form of discrimination, simply because they are girls. Motions are purely educational; they help to change hearts and minds. Different than bills, they don't change public policy and should be something Prime Minister Harper fully supports. Unfortunately, some MP's have come out against this motion and are putting political expedience before this cultural horror. Prime Minister Harper needs our encourgement now more than ever to do the right thing by supporting this motion. Please read the letter below and then click here to send. NOTE: This letter requires you to insert a personalized introduction! PLEASE INCLUDE A PERSONAL INTRODUCTION TO YOUR MP HERE AND MAKE HIM/HER AWARE THIS COMMUNICATION IS MEANT FOR THE PRIME MINISTER Dear Mr. Harper, Thank you for your service and dedication to our country! I am writing to you because I am concerned about unfair discrimination against females through sex-selective pregnancy termination.

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