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Ironic Pregnancy
February 3, 2017 - 5:53pm
Who would have thought that the most liked Instagram post in the world, with nearly 8 million likes and counting in less than 24 hours, is of a pregnant woman with hardly any clothes on? News agencies declared her pregnancy resulted in a reportedly “global reaction of joy”. Ellen DeGeneres even photoshopped her head onto the mother’s head and posted “Look, me too!”
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Degrassi, Stop Lying to Girls
January 5, 2017 - 3:02pm
Another season of Degrassi is coming out this year, because 525 episodes of teen drama wasn’t enough....Show writer Linda Schuyler claims she wants to “demystify” abortion and create an “accurate picture”.
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Too Young? We’ll take that as a challenge
December 2, 2016 - 11:05am
Despite the opposition’s attempts to paint Oosterhoff’s age as a bad thing and their ongoing condescending criticism of his values and religious beliefs, it sends a clear message of the caliber and type of youth pro-lifers are capable of being.
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Meet our newest CLCY coordinator
December 1, 2016 - 11:40am
Meet our newest CLC Youth Coordinator
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5 Steps on How to Handle the Hating
July 28, 2016 - 2:24pm
A pro-life activist quickly becomes accustomed to being insulted on the streets. With the advent of social media, though, a whole new world of creative mockery of pro-lifers has opened up.
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Pray, love and do the best you can
July 21, 2016 - 12:51pm
Pro-life: a cause I had always kept in my heart, but never on my lips – that is until my summer internship at Campaign Life Coalition began. My increased desire to be active in the pro-life movement should undoubtedly be attributed to my friends. Seeing their passion and poise inspired me to be involved in the pro-life movement too.
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The Pro-life Movement is Still as Relevant Today as it Ever Was
July 14, 2016 - 11:30am
While doing pro-life activism on the streets of downtown Toronto it can be very easy to lose hope when faced with the apathy and indifference people have when they are confronted with the gruesome reality of abortion. Some passersby will even stop to say that the work we are doing is useless and that the pro-life movement is futile as there are no legal restrictions on abortion in Canada and the laws will never change. Some may wonder why us pro-lifers still stand on the street and engage the culture on abortion in the midst of insults, colourful language, threats, and sometimes physical violence that is inflicted on us by those with opposing opinions. Advocating for the rights of the pre-born humans in many cases costs us our comfort, but the lives of those babies are worth more than my comfort.
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'Me Before You' distorts what love is
July 7, 2016 - 1:29pm
Shortly after the passing of Bill C-14 and assisted suicide becoming not only legal, but a hot topic in Canada, the controversial film “Me Before You” premiered in theatres. If you’re reading this, I assume you’re pro-life and will be boycotting this film. In that case, I’ll give you a summary.
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Q&A with Obianuju Ekeocha, founder and president of Culture of Life Africa
June 22, 2016 - 2:55pm
I was recently given the honour of interviewing Uju. I asked for her opinions on some of the recent developments in regards to the culturally imperialistic message that the western world is trying to spread throughout the developing countries of Africa in regard to abortion and birth control. I also asked her what young Canadians can learn from African culture, as well as what steps we should take to ensure that countries that have a pro-life culture are safe from the western world’s anti-life ideology.
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The Unexpected March
February 8, 2016 - 4:36pm
I always believed that the March for Life was a misnomer. The Stroll for Life seemed more appropriate. This cockiness set me up quite well for some well-deserved divine justice. The March for Life 2016 wasn't a stroll or a march. It was closer to a trudge.
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