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When children see dead babies

By Justina Van Maren

Jonathon Van Maren gives an update on #No2Trudeau

Jonathon Van Maren is a writer and pro-life speaker who has given presentations across North America on abortion and pro-life strategy.

Today Jonathon updates us on the current #No2Trudeau Campaign.

Thoughts on the reactions to the No2Trudeau Campaign

By Jonathon Van Maren

If there’s one thing that confuses me about how many pro-lifers decide on strategies to change hearts and mind on abortion, it’s the fact that they seem to believe that we have to approach the most controversial issue there is without controversy—that somehow, we have to take an issue that people have incredibly strong feelings about and ensure that none of those feelings surface during a discussion.

A reflection on the world she'll grow up in

By Dan Zeleny

About two weeks ago, my wife Rachelle gave birth to a beautiful baby girl named Sophie Marie. As I'm sure most know or can appreciate, it was a life-changing event for both of us and our families. Late night cries and dirty diapers have quickly become the new normal for us. Baby cuddles, and time spent with my daughter has become a highlight of my day. These are the things most parents expect and patiently wait for throughout their pregnancy. 

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Killing Isn't A Solution: A Response to Paola Dragnic

By Maaike Rosendal

What if someone tells you that abortion allowed her to be a mother? Since this seems counter-intuitive, you’d likely want to find out how this could be. My reaction was the same. Though any article on abortion piques my interest, I was particularly intrigued by Paola Dragnic’s recent piece on BuzzFeed, entitled “The Abortion That Let Me Be a Mother.” How is it possible, I wondered, that terminating a pregnancy results in maternity?

Enter one Chilean journalist’s harrowing tale.

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When they die too soon

By Justina Van Maren

I don’t always know what to do with the question of pre-natal terminal diagnosis. Not because I believe that abortion could be permissible in these circumstances, but because I can’t imagine the shock, pain, and grief that would follow the news that the eagerly anticipated arrival of your child will not be what you thought it would be. In these cases people don’t have an abortion because they don’t want their child, or because they can’t care for her. In fact, many people focus on the fact that they don’t want their child to suffer.

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Meet our interns: Chantelle de Jonge

What motivated you to join the pro-life movement? What continues to motivate you?

Back on the streets

By Justina Van Maren

It’s crazy to think, but it’s already been over a month since summer post-carding was kicked off. When I got out of the car and started walking house to house, hearing the mailboxes squeak open and clank shut, it was like I was flying back in time, the crazy deja vu moment where you have a funny feeling that this has all happened before. It was like I hadn’t just finished another year of university, like I had never stopped post-carding. 

Stigmatizing abortion

By Jonathon Van Maren

The media has been in an uproar over the last few weeks over the postcards featuring abortion victims that are being distributed across the country. Journalist after journalist asks the same question: Why do you use abortion pictures? Why not something less shocking?

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One conversation from the streets

By Lauren Kyfiuk

 
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