When an Ottawa radio station hosted a “win a baby” contest last month, pledging to pay for fertility treatments for whoever wrote the best pitch about why they deserved the treatments, station officials claimed they wanted a catchy promotion that would shine a light on the cost of in-vitro fertilization (IVF), which OHIP does not cover. In the end, five couples won $35,000 each for a series of treatments. Hundreds of entries were received, with tens of thousands reportedly voting online for their preferred candidate.
Death on Demand Comes to Canada with Euthanasia Expansion https://ccrl.ca/2021/03/c-7law/
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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://ccrl.ca/2021/01/adamvaughan/
Tanya discusses the latest COVID lockdowns across Canada. @anthonyfurey , @DrChristianElia, Pastor Henry Hildebrandt, and @LDBildy join in on the discussion.
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