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17Apr2018

We’re Being Colonized—With Ottawa’s Help—Part 1

OK, folks; I know you’ve got lots of problems to worry about…public school sex-ed programs are brainwashing your kids, from Kindergarten right through to Grade 12, to believe that gender is fluid, not binary; university has become a place where Marxist and atheist professors drive faith out of your kids...
  • Tue, April 17, 2018
  • Ron Gray
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10Apr2018

Loss and Hope for Humboldt

Friday, April 6th will be remembered as a day that brought unbelievably hard news for the town of Humboldt, Saskatchewan; the bus carrying their hockey team, the Humboldt Broncos, was struck by a transport truck and fifteen were killed in that terrible accident.
  • Tue, April 10, 2018
  • Peter Vogel
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03Apr2018

Gunsmoke and Mirrors

The horrendous and senseless mass-killing at a Parkland, Florida high school on Valentine’s Day was a heart-wrenching reminder of the depravity of which the human heart is capable and the fragility of our social structures, even in the Western world.
  • Tue, April 03, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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27Mar2018

As Our World Implodes

The headlines lately are tragic…wars and rumours of wars…nation rising against nation…famines and earthquakes...persecution of our Christian worldview… Events such as these have exposed the corruption of our society and our nation.
  • Tue, March 27, 2018
  • Vicki Gunn
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20Mar2018

Assisted Living or Assisted Death?

​If your health or physical wellbeing suddenly became much worse due to a disease or accident, would you take comfort in knowing that medical assistance in dying was close at hand? Or would you prefer to know that medical assistance in living was the priority?
  • Tue, March 20, 2018
  • Peter Vogel
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13Mar2018

Generation Xi

On Sunday, March 11, delegates to the National People’s Congress approved a constitutional amendment effectively allowing China’s President Xi Jinping to rule for life. It removed the two-term limit for the office of President, which has been in place since the end of Mao Zedong’s brutal reign of terror.
  • Tue, March 13, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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06Mar2018

Who Is Paying for the News?

​Freedom of the press has long been recognized as important to maintaining a healthy democracy. But there is always the question of money. To follow the story, follow the money. Now it is the news business itself that is the news story so let’s follow the money…
  • Tue, March 06, 2018
  • Peter Vogel
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01Mar2018

All Things Being Equal . . . They’re Not

​One might have guessed that the latest Trudeau/Morneau “budget” would have had another object besides trying to rein in spending or increasing real economic growth. Sure enough, solving the inequities of the workplace is the stated goal, with “gender” being mentioned 358 times in the budget document.
  • Thu, March 01, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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27Feb2018

If Trudeau Went to ___ What Would He Wear?

​If Trudeau went to Africa, would he put black make-up on his face and wear traditional clothes to “respect their culture”? He would be called racist if he did.
  • Tue, February 27, 2018
  • Peter Vogel
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20Feb2018

A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian . . . Really?

​During the long and rocky federal election of 2015, Justin Trudeau, at the Munk Leaders Debate, objected loudly to the provisions of Bill C-24 which allowed for the stripping of Canadian citizenship from dual-citizenship convicted terrorists, famously stating that “a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian”.
  • Tue, February 20, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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13Feb2018

A One Man Band

Have you ever seen a “One Man Band”. I remember in the movie Mary Poppins, “Bert” (Dick Van Dyke) at the beginning playing his trumpet, french horn, drums, cymbals etc. while making up ditties to amuse the spectators. Fundraising, we may call it.
  • Tue, February 13, 2018
  • Vicki Gunn
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06Feb2018

The Role of Conscience and the Rule of Law

On Friday, Prime Minister Trudeau tried to explain to a crowd in Nanaimo why he is willing to violate his own conscience and thinks it right to compel other Canadians to violate theirs. He claimed the inspiration for this approach was taught him by his father’s actions while he (Pierre Trudeau) was Prime Minister.
  • Tue, February 06, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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