By Zavienne Kowalczyk Being “pro-life” was never at the forefront of my thought growing up, even though I was always strong in my faith. My pro-life journey all began one Sunday morning in March when a member of my parish choir asked me if I would like to attend the March For Life in Ottawa.
The Fall 2018 semester has come to a close for Christmas, and pro-life clubs have wrapped up their activities. So, we at NCLN wanted to know: what results did our work produce? This year we recorded more data than we ever have before. We were really happy with what we saw, and we wanted to
We hosted a meet-and-greet event where about five or six new pro-life people showed up to attend. There were four of us. Everything was fairly standard in terms of mingling until, right before the formal program began, a female student (later self-identified as queer, but I'm not sure exactly how this individual identifies) burst into
Written by Cecilia and Darryl Everett, supporters of NCLN. By 17 weeks everyone knew we were having a baby. Family and friends had delighted in our news. We were so in love with our little baby. I wasn't alone. My midwife couldn't find the heartbeat at my routine check-up. What followed were the longest two
The audio can be found here. Vandy: So, I just wanted to meet because I wanted to fully understand what happened and also, basically the gist of what I understand is that you were talking about autism in class… and then you said something about a film that you’d seen or something. Valerie: Yeah Vandy:
Media Advisory FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Waterloo, ON 3 April 2018 A debate titled, “Abortion: Whose Body? Whose Choice?” is being hosted by Laurier LifeLink, the pro-life club at Wilfrid Laurier University. Late-term abortionist Dr. Fraser Fellows will debate Oriyana Hrycyshyn of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform. A question-and-answer period will follow the formal debate.
Separating fact from fiction Dialogue continues in the student newspaper after the February flag display at the University of Victoria By: Kevin Geenen We often complain about the lack of media representation for pro-life news. However, sometimes an article comes our way that we can respond to, and in this way, continue to challenge culture
Trudeau or Nothing Canada Summer Jobs Program attestation hurts students By: Kevin Geenen If you have been paying attention to the news throughout the past month, then you will know that Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada added a discriminatory attestation to the Canada Summer Jobs Program. The attestation is a values test