Monthly Archives: August 2010

Challenging the foster care and adoption system in Canada

I can feel this frustration in the belly of Canada right now over the abortion controvery and the weak hand adoption has to offer. I know that much of my generation is missing due to the choice of abortion. I … Continue reading

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No Child is Unwanted…

An estimated 20% of Canadian couples experience some form of infertility.  Couples who desire to adopt a newborn wait at least eight years to do so.  A Facebook Campaign was just launched this past week.  It has a message of … Continue reading

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A Dangerous Argument

The examples Kay Parley cites in her article Remembering The Facts as arguments for abortion on demand show a dangerous prejudice. How insulting for a person who may be handicapped, a product of rape, a product of an affair, or … Continue reading

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Unreported Serious Crime Is Not A Joke

Re: I’m A Victim Of Unreported Crime, John Moore, Aug. 9. John’s Moore column is extremely disappointing. It trivializes unreported crime by citing three petty crimes that he did not report and goes so far as to use an example of … Continue reading

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Topless Guelph Women and Man’s Moral Dilemma

In response to this upcoming event. I feel sorry for Guelph resident Andrea Crinklaw, who feels the need to parade her boobs in public, as if it’s going to somehow cancel the libido of the male species. I have a … Continue reading

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