A 25 year old woman could not obtain a prescription for contraceptives at a clinic in Ottawa because the physician did not prescribe them for reasons of “medical judgment as well as professional ethical concerns and religious values.” She obtained the prescription at a clinic two minutes away. A crusade was started against the physician and two colleagues with the same views. Crusaders argued that in a ‘secular’ state health care system, physicians should be forbidden to act on their moral or religious beliefs.
Death on Demand Comes to Canada with Euthanasia Expansion https://t.co/o0yBNc8ClW
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The League is disappointed to learn of a cheap anti-Catholic comment made recently by Liberal Party MP Adam Vaughan (Spadina – Fort York). Here's our release: https://t.co/u8zCC65iEk
Tanya discusses the latest COVID lockdowns across Canada. @anthonyfurey , @DrChristianElia, Pastor Henry Hildebrandt, and @LDBildy join in on the discussion.
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