As we all know by now Bill C-389 died on the Senate order papers when the election was called. This is excellent news. Our girls and women can be rest assured no man who innately feels like a women will be going into their washrooms, change rooms, and showers, for now.
As many as 2,000 bodies washed up on Japan's shores on Monday as officials struggled to deal with the dead, hospitals ran out of medicine and entire communities in the hardest hit areas remained completely silent.
In a rush to please special interest groups, the House of Commons has passed the Gender Identity Bill C-389 with virtually no study, debate or public consultation. The Institute for Canadian Values calls on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to right the wrong by leading the Senate to perform full and due process and reject the Bill if need be.
By David Krayden
Executive Director, Conservative Values of Canada
could be up for a final vote in the House of Commons as early as
Wednesday Feb. 9. Debate on this potential legislation is scheduled for
Monday Feb 7. The private member's bill, introduced by NDP MP MP Bill
Siksay, would amend the Criminal Code of Canada and the Human Rights Act
to ostensibly protect the "transgendered" against discrimination.
Twenty Prominent Canadian Leaders vow to Fight Canada’s Censor Board As Word TV is Taken Off Air
While travelling together in Israel as part of the Christian Ambassadors to Israel mission, twenty prominent Canadian leaders vow to fight Canada’s censor board that has pressured CTS Television to remove Word TV from the air “permanently”.
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council has struck again. Only weeks after insisting that Canada Christian College President Dr. Charles McVety be removed from the airwaves for providing clear and accurate criticisms of Ontario sex education initiatives and Gay Pride parades, the CBSC has pronounced judgement upon the vintage Dire Straits video Money for Nothing and wants it purged from the Canadian airwaves. The reason? It seems this 1980s rock video contains a reference to what is discreetly but ambiguously referred to as the “f” word by today’s nattering nabobs of political correctness. Canada’s arbitrator of broadcast acceptability deemed the word and the entire video with it was “offensive” to members of the so-called gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community after it received a SINGLE complaint from a concerned listener.
Around the world there is a struggle taking place about religion. The
essence of it is this: Are people of religious faith prepared to regard
those of a different faith with respect and dignity; or do they regard
them as enemies because they do not share the same faith as them?
Just before Christmas, Christian activist Charles McVety was found by
the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council to be in contravention of their
code in certain comments he made about gay people on his Word TV show.
During the Middle Ages, the Inquisition dominated the political discourse of the age. It so dominated that discourse that no one else was permitted to challenge the doctrines that it enforced – and one only did so at one’s severe peril. To be hauled before an Inquisitor was a deadly serious affair that sometimes resulted in death by burning at the stake, imprisonment for life or financial ruin; at the very least it meant that one would have to recant from one’s error and theretofore cease from espousing an opinion that was contrary to the Inquisition’s truth.
A condemned heretic was not given the opportunity for self-defence, for the admission of evidence in his favour or to cross examine the accusers. There was a clear presumption of guilt.
Christian broadcaster Crossroads Television System (CTS) has been found
in violation of broadcasting codes for statements made by evangelical
television personality and minister Charles McVety that implied there
was a “malevolent, insidious and conspiratorial purpose” to the
activities of homosexuals.
On Wednesday, December 8th the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council
launched a viscous attack against free speech and Word TV, knocking the
program from CTS until further notice. Word TV is deemed to be
“malevolent, insidious and conspiratorial” for using the term “sex
parade” and opposing the proposed Ontario Sex Ed curriculum.
Charles McVety, an evangelical leader and Christian activist, says the legislation introduced by New Democratic MP Bill Siksay would permit men to walk into women’s public showers and washrooms on the pretext that they self-identify as a woman.
Charles McVety, president of The Institute for Canadian Values said in a news release he applauded the move by the government, but had hoped for tougher sentences.
"We have demanded 15-year minimum sentences to keep perpetrators off the street and our children safe. No loving mother or father in the country would agree that a one-year sentence is justice for someone who rapes a child," said McVety.
On Monday, October 4th the Department of National Defence is set to hold a celebration at its Ottawa headquarters to commemorate Islamic Heritage Month. The keynote speaker will be Imam Dr. Zijad Delic, executive director of the Canadian Islamic Congress, an organization well known for its radicalism.
The man, who cannot be identified, pleaded guilty in April to 11 charges — including incest, sexual assault, invitation to sexual touching, sexual interference of a person under 16, importing or distributing child pornography and making or publishing child pornography.
Patrick Dupuis-Gendron, 27, was arrested in March 2009 as part of a nationwide sweep called Project Salvo. More than 70 search warrants were executed and 57 suspects were arrested across Canada in what police then called the country's largest co-ordinated investigation into Internet-facilitated child abuse.
By Appointing Strict Constructionist Supreme Court Judges
Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin is a well respected leader in Canada. Her father Ernest Gietz, was a tremendous Evangelical Lay Preacher in Alberta. We applaud Ms. McLachlin for her strong conviction and authenticity in presenting today’s judicial philosophy but good people can differ and debate. With seven out of nine Supreme Court Justices eligible to retire, it is critical that the process to replace them, be wholly transparent.
Leaders from various family focused groups with over 100,000 active members are calling for Premier Dalton McGuinty to withdraw the new Ontario Sex Education Curriculum, set to be implemented this September. The leaders are organizing Ontario parents to protest the new program by withdrawing their children from school on the Monday after Mother’s Day, May 10th and joining a proposed rally in at 12:00 noon in Toronto. The location will be announced at www.StopCorruptingChildren.ca .
Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin decreed on May 5th, 2001: “the lawmaking role of the judge has dramatically expanded. Judicial lawmaking is no longer always confined to small, incremental changes. Increasingly, it is invading the domain of social policy, once perceived as the exclusive right of Parliament and the legislatures.”
"This is a crime that, to me, is one of the most heinous one human being can commit against another," said Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Julian Fantino..."You can't in good conscience call that adequate punishment for such a brutal crime," Fantino said.
"You pose a continuing danger to society and particularly children. Society expects the mother of a toddler would do everything in her power to make sure her child is protected from harm . . . Not only did you not protect your child, you preyed on that child."
She gave him life and was the only parent he ever knew. In the way she snapped photos of him sleeping and playing happily, she was like any other adoring mother. But she also committed unspeakable acts to his little body, turning him into a human sex toy in her pornographic broadcasts.
During the January 2010 World Economic Summit in Davos Switzerland Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the current Chairman of the G-20, presented the upcoming agenda for the G-20 and G-8 meetings to be held in Ontario in June. Many were shocked to hear this Conservative leader declare that “we also know markets need governance. For the new global economy, the G-20 is what we have.” Harper went on to speak as an avowed Keynesian committed to a one world global economy, creating a world “we have been trying to build since 1945”.
As Christmas draws near we all yearn for peace on earth, good will toward men. Polls show that 97% of Canadians celebrate Christmas. The other day I received a Christmas card with scripture versus and all from my friend, a Hindu. The world celebrates Christmas but doesn’t know Christ. Can you imagine if every Christian in Canada shared the Gospel of Jesus Christ with five others. The result would surely be revival. But can revival occur by simply explaining Jesus Christ intellectually?
ISPs would be required to report child porn The federal government's plan to slap Internet service providers with stiff fines or jail time if they don't report child porn appears set for an easy ride through the House of Commons.
The Conservative government introduced new legislation Tuesday that will compel Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to report to law enforcement officials if they find or learn of child pornography on their networks.
A review of Going Rogue: An American Life, by Sarah Palin (Harper Collins, 2009, 413 pp) “Regardless of the outcome of this election, it just got a whole lot more interesting.” Those words were spoken by an American media commentator in August 2008, just minutes after John McCain announced that his running mate and the potential next Vice-President of the United States was Sarah Palin, the Governor of Alaska. Truer words were likely not heard since about Sarah Palin.
Freedom is the most valuable right a government can ensure. That sweet fragrance of being free, to set your own path, worship your own way and speak your mind without fear. To raise your children the way you see fit, chose a job, and travel whenever you wish.
For thirty years I have studied revival. I have travelled the world and witnessed revival in Korea, Columbia, Nigeria, Ghana and Jamaica. I am tired of studying and seeing revival in other countries. It is time for revival in Canada.
Stephen Harper normally tries to repress public expressions of social or religious conservatism in his party, but some of it escaped this week thanks to a rift among caucus members over a $400,000 government grant to Toronto's Gay Pride Parade.
On June 4th Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced a new program setting aside $100 million for “Marquis Tourism Events”. With record speed, on June 15th, the Minister of State, Diane Ablonzy, delivered a $400,000 cheque to fund Pride, a sex parade in Toronto.
VANCOUVER • Canada is a destination spot both for sex tourists and for men, women and children who are brought here by traffickers for sexual exploitation and forced labour, according to the U.S. State Department in its ninth annual State of Trafficking in Persons Report.
If the New Democrats hold the balance of power after the Jan. 23 election, as seems possible, the issue of proportional representation election reform will be thrust front and centre as one of Jack Layton's short list of conditions for supporting a Tory or Liberal minority government.
More than 90 percent of Canadians are concerned about the distribution of child sexual abuse images, and child sexual exploitation is ranked as one of the top three concerns for parents regarding children.
The federal government should wipe the words "child pornography" from the Criminal Code and replace them with a crime that more clearly describes the harm inflicted on society's most vulnerable members, said a new report from Canada's watchdog for crime victims.
OTTAWA – The federal Conservatives used a showy news conference and a dozen ministers across the country to announce proposed changes to the national sex-offender registry that do not go as far as police or victims' advocates have called for.
NEXT FEBRUARY'S Winter Olympics, in British Columbia, have Winnipeg area MP Joy Smith working long hours. The objective of her labours is the passage of her private members' bill calling for mandatory minimum sentences for human trafficking offences
Be sure to watch the television show Word.ca for a full report, this Sunday on CTS at 11:00pm or next Sunday on Miarcle Channel at 10:00pm or Ichannel at 3:00pm.
Today Michael savage is banned from Britain but tomorrow could be you.
In March, 2009, the United Nations Human Rights Council passed Resolution A/HRC/10/L calling for the “creation of laws in member states to prevent criticism of religions (Islam)”. On May 5th, 2009 prominent Jewish radio talk show host, Michael Savage was the first American to be penalized for criticizing Islam....
A group of homosexuals have lodged a complaint against the federal government in an effort to get millions of dollars for their community. The Canada Human Rights Commission has a 100% conviction rate therefore it is more than likely that they will be successful.
Allan Wachowich, the Chief Justice of Alberta is also, fittingly, one of his province's ablest judges. On the bench for more than 30 years - the longest tenure of any federal judge in Alberta - Mr. Justice Wachowich has, since being elevated to associate chief justice in 1993 and Chief Justice in 2001, often assigned himself the court's toughest and most controversial cases.
The Vermont legislature has fast-tracked a bill to legalize physician-assisted suicide, and California may not be far behind. If the legislatures in these states do vote to redefine physician-assisted suicide as a legitimate and legal “medical treatment,” a large part of the blame, strange though it may sound, can be laid at the feet of postmodernism.
On behalf of the 41,000 members of Canada Family Action Coalition and the hundreds of thousands of like-minded Canadians, on July 3rd, 2008 CFAC filed a formal request in accordance with the Paragraph 25(c) of the Constitution of the Order of Canada for the Advisory Council to recommend that the Governor General terminate Henry Morgentaler’s appointment to the Order of Canada.
Dear William Thorsell: Further to my conversation with your Media Director: Does the Darwin exhibit at the ROM display or make note of his book The Descent of Man? Does the exhibit reference Darwin's racism? Does the exhibit display the original title of Darwin's book, On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life?
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the most complicated geo-political problem on earth. Since the day God promised the land to Abraham and his descendants, Isaac and Jacob – Israel as recorded in Genesis 13:15, there has been conflict in the land. Unfortunately, the toll of personal tragedy in the region is immense. Over the past 30 years, I have visited Israel 20 times witnessing so much pain and suffering on both sides.
At Christmas we celebrate the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. There is nothing closer to His heart than little children. In fact, Jesus said “whatsoever you do unto the little children you do unto me”. There is no better way to celebrate Christmas than to help children in need.
After nine years of Brian Mulroney as Prime Minister, Canadians rejected his form of Red Tory Conservatism. The Gallup Poll in 1993 recorded just 15% national support for Prime Minister Mulroney, the lowest for any Prime Minister in Canadian history.
The world was horrified to read the reports of a Canadian homosexual school teacher facing charges in Thailand “having sex with boys under 15, which carry prison sentences of up to 20 years”. It is shameful that Thailand, known for child prostitution, has tougher child protection laws than our own country. In Canada it is legal to have sex with 14 year-old children..
Under section 161 of the Criminal Code of Canada, it is a crime to distribute child pornography. “Any person who imports, distributes, sells or possesses, for the purpose of distribution or sale, any child pornography is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years”.