On behalf of CHP Canada, I want to alert Canadians to the dire threat we face when we allow our courts—and especially the Supreme Court of Canada—to undermine our parliamentary democracy and impose upon Canadians laws and customs contrary to those envisioned by our founders.
On behalf of the Christian Heritage Party I’m going to address the suicide epidemic among First Nations youth and the failure of the Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs to respond to it wisely by not connecting it to Bill C-14, the government’s Assisted Suicide Bill.
I want to speak to you today about the deep and pressing need to protect the conscience rights of Canadian citizens who may soon face crushing pressure to violate their own moral standards and beliefs. The specific Canadians to whom I refer today are doctors and other healthcare professionals but the principle applies to all Canadians in whatever vocation they are employed.
On Thursday, National CHP Leader, Rod Taylor, asked all CHP members and other concerned citizens to get behind ARPA’s (Association for Reformed Political Action) initiative to rewrite Canada’s law against assisted suicide.
The Christian Heritage Party today calls on the federal government to revoke or to review and fundamentally revise its guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of Gender Identity Disorder in schools.
Immigration Minister Chris Alexander’s recent announcement that Canada will accept 10,000 Syrians as “prima facie” refugees without UN documentation undermines Canada’s national security and ignores the plight of Christian refugees in the Middle East.