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In Everything Give Thanks

​By the time you read this, we will be less than a week away from Voting Day 2019. Many of you have been involved in the campaign, some as candidates, some as volunteers, donors, prayer intercessors, campaign managers or official agents. Some of you may plan to be scrutineers on Voting Day. Thank you to every one of you, whatever your role has been.
  • Tue, October 15, 2019
  • Rod Taylor
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When Is a Baby a Baby?

​We have been asked what legislative changes we would make to protect the life of the unborn when our first Member of Parliament is elected. There are several possible approaches. One avenue would be to defund all abortions. Another would be to redraft an anti-coercion bill, similar to MP Rod Bruinooge’s Bill (Roxanne’s Law). Or we could propose legislation mandating fully-informed consent and the viewing of an ultrasound. We could increase our support for expectant mothers. ...
  • Tue, October 08, 2019
  • Vicki Gunn
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CHP Candidates Shine the Light in Every Province

By the time you read this, candidate nominations (registrations with Elections Canada) will be closed. As of this writing, there are 50 CHP candidates on the ballot across the country with at least one candidate in every province.
  • Tue, October 01, 2019
  • Rod Taylor
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Affordability: Hidden Problems

Both the Liberals and Conservatives have talked about affordability, but in both cases, there is not a strong reassurance that their plans are strong enough or different enough to really deal with underlying issues. Why not?
  • Tue, September 24, 2019
  • Peter Vogel
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I Should Have Known Better… But I Didn’t

Last year, when the newspaper article appeared about Trudeau groping Rose Knight, my attention was heightened. The #MeToo movement was causing some men to pay for these behaviours with their careers, even if they occurred in the distant past. While other MPs (like MP Kent Hehr) stepped down from positions, Trudeau saw no need to accept equal treatment for himself. Trudeau was held to a separate standard.
  • Thu, September 19, 2019
  • Vicki Gunn
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Election 2019: Putting Life! Family! and Freedom! on the Ballot

When the Prime Minister dropped the writ a few days early last week, it was an act of desperation. When he avoided the first televised so-called Leaders’ Debate (yes, the one to which the leaders of most federal parties were not invited) it was an act of cowardice. When he spent the last several weeks throwing your money around, it was an act of shameless vote-buying. His time is up and he knows it. Whether Canadian voters know it yet remains to be seen.
  • Tue, September 17, 2019
  • Rod Taylor
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Why Worry About Canada?

We are blessed to live in a great country! A grateful newcomer to Canada, so humbled by this reality, was puzzled by the CHP’s perception of our impending crises.
  • Tue, September 10, 2019
  • Elaine Taylor
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Got Milk?. . .Protecting Canada’s Dairy Supply

In the 2018 trade negotiations between the US, Canada and Mexico, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Minister of Foreign Affairs, Chrystia Freeland, traded the interests of Canada’s dairy farmers and the consumers who need their products for some questionable language emphasizing gender issues. As leader of the Christian Heritage Party of Canada, I want Canadians to know that we stand behind our dairy producers.
  • Tue, September 03, 2019
  • Rod Taylor
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A Leaders’ Debate Commissioner?

​In Canada’s 2019 federal election, the deck is already stacked against the electorate! In what bizarre universe does the government get to say who can and who cannot debate with the government? Especially in an election year?
  • Tue, August 27, 2019
  • Ron Gray
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Lust, Greed, and Politics

Pornography, legalized prostitution, and sex-trafficking — what do they have in common? Your local candidates for election (with a few exceptions) won’t want to talk about the connections between them.
  • Tue, August 13, 2019
  • Peter Vogel
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Banning Conversion Therapy Is Like Censorship on Steroids

In today’s culture wars, each side has goals. There are societal implications for every circumstance. It matters what is allowed, what is promoted, what is restricted and what is forbidden. When certain behaviours and outcomes are desired, proponents suggest conditions that will favour those outcomes.
  • Tue, August 06, 2019
  • Rod Taylor
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