‘Day of Pink’ [April 8th] teaches school kids to accept homosexuality, critic warns

April 7, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) — Children across Canada are being asked to wear a pink shirt to school tomorrow on the “Day of Pink” to “celebrate diversity” and end “bullying, discrimination, homophobia, transphobia, and transmisogyny.” While lauding efforts to end bullying in school, one critic is warning parents that the event is not actually about bullying.

“The Day of Pink is simply an excuse to promote homosexuality,” Gwen Landolt, national vice-president of Real Women of Canada, told LifeSiteNews. Continue reading

Canadian medical schools readying doctors to talk to patients about assisted suicide


Assisted suicide
As the nation moves toward legalized physician-assisted death, Canada’s 17 faculties of medicine have begun to consider how they will introduce assisted dying into the curriculum for the next generations of doctors.Alain Jocard / AFP/Getty Images Continue reading

Supreme Court rules Quebec infringed on Loyola High School’s religious freedom

Montreal school wanted to opt out of Quebec’s ethics and religious culture course

The Canadian Press Posted: Mar 19, 2015 5:00 AM ET Last Updated: Mar 19, 2015 11:42 AM ET

But the high court was divided by a 4-3 margin on how to resolve the clash between religious freedom and the need to follow the secular law of the province. Continue reading

Child sex offender Ben Levin said himself that he was in charge of crafting Ontario sex-ed curriculum

bySteve Weatherbe in LifeSite News, Mar. 4, 2015

Sign a petition to stop Ontario’s graphic sex-ed curriculum here

TORONTO, March 4, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Just-convicted child pornographer Ben Levin played a key role in developing Ontario’s new sex education curriculum, according to documents revealed by Toronto Sun columnist Joe Warmington, despite claims to the contrary by Premier Kathleen Wynne. Continue reading

The ‘preposterous’ reason that a Toronto university gave when it rejected its pro-life club this week

Thu Feb 26, 2015, LifeSite News

by Lianne Laurence
  • 15 (LifeSiteNews.com) — Ryerson Students’ Union’s board of directors has unanimously rejected an appeal of an earlier decision to refuse Students for Life at Ryerson (SFLR) recognition as an official campus club. Continue reading

Coming to select movie theatres on March 4 & 5, 2015: “The Drop Box”

For information go to this Focus on the Family Canada site.


Hundreds of unwanted babies are abandoned on the streets of Seoul, South Korea, every year, forgotten by the surrounding culture.

The Drop Box is a documentary about the work of Pastor Lee Jong-rak and his heroic efforts to embrace and protect his community’s most vulnerable children. By installing a drop box outside his home, Pastor Lee provides a safe haven to babies who would otherwise be abandoned on the streets to die.

It’s a heart-wrenching exploration of the physical and emotional toll associated with providing refuge to save those deemed unwanted by society.

But it’s also a story of hope. And a celebration of the reality that every human life is sacred, has a purpose and is worthy of love.

LifeSite News Editor-in-chief appeals for petition signatures against Ontario sex-ed program


[We are happy to pass on this appeal received from John-Henry Weston, Editor in
Chief of LifeSite News.]

Dear . . . .

As a father who lives in Ontario, I am outraged by the shockingly graphic and morally and physically dangerous sex-ed curriculum that our government has just unveiled, and which it intends to foist on our schools, including our faith-based schools!

For the sake of our children, this program must be stopped. 

That’s why I’m asking you to join thousands of other concerned Canadian parents and citizens in signing this petition, which is starting to go viral right now, demanding that the Ontario government pull this program.

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[Ontario] Liberals impose sex-ed curriculum

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Education Minister Liz Sandals and Premier Kathleen Wynne. (QMI AGENCY PHOTO)

You only get one chance to make a first impression and the Ontario Liberals blew that in 2010 when they first tried to introduce their new sex-ed curriculum.

They were so arrogant and dismissive of the concerns of many parents, they created a firestorm of opposition.

That led to then premier Dalton McGuinty cancelling its implementation mere hours after his own cabinet ministers had been praising it to the skies.

Now, five years later, Premier Kathleen Wynne is re-introducing the same curriculum into classrooms this fall, with minor changes and little meaningful participation by parents. Continue reading