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Countries Without Borders

Have you ever pondered the difference between tolerance and acceptance? We hear so much about tolerance but the political left’s definition requires us to redefine tolerance to mean acceptance. Yup, I said “requires.”
  • Tue, November 13, 2018
  • Vicki Gunn
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Asia Bibi — Alive, But Not Free

​Freedom of religion and freedom of speech are generally taken for granted in Canada; we don’t treasure them as we ought. But hearing about the experiences of people in other countries can give us a fresh appreciation for what we have.
  • Fri, November 09, 2018
  • Peter Vogel
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Remembering Those Who Sacrificed Their Lives to Protect Our Freedom

​Life and freedom are both very precious and both very fragile. We live in a fallen world where sometimes beautiful things are destroyed and treasure is often squandered. Things we take for granted can be taken away in a moment. Things we highly value can be lost by carelessness or neglect.
  • Tue, November 06, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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Children — Who Wants Them?

Would an educated African woman want to have 7-9 children? Not according to Emmanuel Macron, President of France, who said: “Present me the woman who decided, being perfectly educated, to have seven, eight or nine children.”
  • Tue, October 30, 2018
  • Peter Vogel
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Aborting Our Future

There is something about the word “abortion” that makes political leaders run for cover and refuse to legislate the matter. This is interesting since Canada is generally known for making a law for just about everything. We are managers.
  • Tue, October 23, 2018
  • Renae Jarrett
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Toronto Children’s Hospital is Sick

People generally take their children to a hospital so they can get well, not so they can be killed. Doctors and other health care professionals presumably entered their chosen careers to help people get well, to alleviate suffering, and to assist individuals and families going through a medical crisis.
  • Tue, October 16, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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Due Process, #MeToo, and a Kick

I was fascinated at the circus of Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination for the Supreme Court. It was not dignified as we expect a Supreme Court nomination to be. It was certainly exciting, but how could one not see the problem with having someone charged, tried, and convicted by the media?
  • Tue, October 09, 2018
  • Vicki Gunn
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Thanksgiving Victory! CHP vs. Hamilton

Dear members and supporters of the Christian Heritage Party: We always have much for which to give thanks! Our gracious Lord and Saviour has blessed us indeed with so many good things and continues to provide for our needs and to lead us in His paths of righteousness.
  • Fri, October 05, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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Refugees or Economic Migrants?

​Canadians have always felt sympathy and concern for the suffering and deprivation of refugees around the world. Time and again, Canadians have risen to the challenge of helping the victims of earthquakes, hurricanes, civil wars, and ethnic cleansings.
  • Tue, October 02, 2018
  • Rod Taylor
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A Sensible Solution to Supply Management

Newspaper and broadcast commentaries—especially now, during the NAFTA negotiations—make frequent references to Canada’s supply management system, blaming it for Canada’s higher-than-US prices for milk, eggs and poultry, and for being a stumbling block in the NAFTA negotiations. But there’s a solution to the problem...
  • Tue, September 25, 2018
  • Ron Gray
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Are You Worth More Than $2875.00?

​What is your net-worth? Everything that you own — business, house, car, jewelry, electronics, stocks, bonds — has a price, and totalled together, (minus any debts you have) what’s your worth?
  • Tue, September 18, 2018
  • Peter Vogel
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Sweet Jesus Ice Cream

​In our secular society, is God’s name legitimately used as an expression of pleasure over ice cream? Is it any business of the state if someone uses God’s name to promote a brand?
  • Tue, September 11, 2018
  • Vicki Gunn
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