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Abortion Rights: Fake ‘em till you make ‘em
Posted on: September 27, 2018 @ 10:21am By: Emily Price
Two things happened this month in relative proximity to one another: The Committee on the Rights of the Child opened its seventy-ninth session on September 17th and a coalition of pro-abortion groups presented a joint statement advocating for the protection of Women’s Rights defenders as Human rights defenders to the Human Rights Council in Geneva on September 24th.
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Andrew Scheer has pulled a Patrick Brown, instructing his MPs to shoot down grassroots policy resolutions in Halifax
Posted on: August 22, 2018 @ 1:49am By: Jack Fonseca
Marginalized. Manipulated. Lied to. That’s how many socially and fiscally conservative members of the Ontario PC Party felt in October 2017 when then Leader Patrick Brown announced that anti-carbon tax and social conservative policy resolutions would be “off limits” at the PC’s upcoming policy convention.
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Argentina, the world was watching, and you inspired us all
Posted on: August 10, 2018 @ 4:33am By: CLC UN Team
Today, we join our friends in Argentina in celebration because Life did win, but this was only one battle, there are many more to come.
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Amnesty International adopts abortion on demand mandate
Posted on: July 13, 2018 @ 3:41am By: CLC UN Team
Even though Amnesty International adopted a 'new' abortion policy, it is important to point out that, for many years, they have already been extremely busy advocating for abortion, in countries where it was illegal, by well-funded marketing campaigns and protests.
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Facts matter. Truth matters
Posted on: June 15, 2018 @ 12:15pm By: CLC Staff
"Facts matter. Truth matters. Competence and honesty, among elected leaders and in our public service, matter."
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By what authority do flags fly?
Posted on: June 6, 2018 @ 9:04am By: Sharon McGonegal
In past years, when being suddenly and unexpectedly confronted with a foreign flag waving from the flag pole of our Elliot Lake City Hall, a flag that is neither the Union Jack nor our Canadian flag, and one having no relation to me as a Canadian citizen, I'm led to ponder and seriously question the rationale behind the phenomenon.
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Canadian bureaucrats at the United Nations take cues from Kathleen Wynne to force controversial sex-ed on other nations
Posted on: March 21, 2018 @ 3:00am By: CLC UN Team
One must only look to a Canadian example, to realize that CSE in practice, is exactly what Canada here at the UN claims it isn't.
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Social conservatives propelled Doug Ford to victory. And he still needs us to beat Kathleen Wynne.
Posted on: March 12, 2018 @ 10:17am By: Jack Fonseca
Doug Ford won the PC leadership on Saturday by a razor-thin margin, beating the pro-abortion and pro-transgender ideology Christine Elliott by a mere 1.2% on the final ballot. Ford ended up with 50.6 per cent of electoral votes to Elliott’s 49.4 per cent.

It has been almost universally acknowledged by the mainstream media that the social conservative vote is the key factor which crowned him king. That’s indisputable based on analysis of the numbers.
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Student summer jobs, the latest casualty in Trudeau’s war on Canadian values and freedoms
Posted on: December 19, 2017 @ 2:50am By: CLC Staff
If you’re an employer that believes that life should be legally protected from the moment of conception until natural death, or in the biblical definition of marriage as between a man and a woman, or that gender isn’t fluid but biologically defined… sorry but not sorry.
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More reasons why Patrick Brown can’t be trusted. Some will shock you.
Posted on: November 15, 2017 @ 4:58am By: Jack Fonseca
On November 13th, the PC Party announced the vote results of the winning policy proposals that would guide a future PC government. Every single one of the 139 policies that party members voted on from November 2nd to November 6th passed by a landslide; not a single one of the 139 policy proposals were defeated by voters, not even those so poorly written that you can’t understand what the heck it means. Curiously, most of the proposals garnered less than 15% NO votes.

That’s a very peculiar result, given that the two largest wings of the PC base (social conservatives & fiscal conservatives) are outraged with Brown for having rigged the policy process from the start.
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