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uOttawa Students For Life: Enigma Solved?

This post was written for uOttawa Students For Life by uOttawa Students For Life. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

Funny how in most contexts it isn’t hard for people to figure out when life begins:

They’ll team up on research and teaching that focuses on the first 2,000 days of a child’s life – from conception to age five – in the hopes of pinpointing ways to set children on positive life trajectories.

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If you think about it, the miracle that has to occur from the time in which the egg is fertilized, when you have one single cell, to the time when 2,000 days later, you’ve got a healthy, jumping, happy, enthusiastic, inquisitive individual going off to school, and you think of the biology that has to happen during that period – to me, that’s nothing short of a miracle.


Read the comments at the uOttawa Students For Life website.

University of Toronto Students for Life: Henry Morgantaler in the news again

This post was written for University of Toronto Students for Life by Danny Ricci. It does not necessarily represent the views of NCLN.

The Globe and Mail has nominated Henry Morgantaler as a Transformational Canadian. As my blood pressure rose to stroke status reading the article I will just say that nominations close on November 26 so get on the site and nominate others so that Morgantaler does not win.

In a way, I can see Henry Morgantaler as a transformational Canadian. Thanks in large part to his “work” many Canadians who would be with us today are not. I guess that could be a big reason why he was nominated.


Read the comments at the University of Toronto Students for Life website.