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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: POLICE CALLED TO MCGILL

A controversial pro-life presentation currently happening at McGill university (in Leacock 232) has been interrupted by a mob of protesters chanting and singing. The presenter, Jojo Ruba of the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform, has been unable to present due to the interruption. The police have been called to the scene.

More news will be released as the situation develops.

For more information, call Stephanie Gray, executive director, Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform: 403-200-0777 (c).

A Kidney versus the Uterus, in Ethics and Medics, OCTOBER 2009 VOLUME 34, NUMBER 10

Earlier this year, at the University of Ottawa, I ­debated with a philosophy professor about abortion. Most of the people I debate with deny the personhood of the ­unborn on the basis of the unborn’s inability to function in ­certain ways. The professor, however, argued that even if the ­unborn are full members of the moral community, as adults are, abortion is ­permissible because pregnancy ­involves an extraordinary act on behalf of the mother.

Press Release: Abortion Event Censured by Students’ Society of McGill University

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release

October 5th, 2009

Abortion Event Censured by Students’ Society of McGill University
Student Union Threatens Club with Defunding for Hosting Event

A controversial pro-life presentation will continue tomorrow at McGill University, despite the student union’s attempt to censor it.

Abortion Protest in England Changes Girl's Mind

We just received this report from our UK CBR associate about their recent graphic abortion protest in England:

"We had only set the banners up for a short time but in that time many many people saw what abortion did to a baby. This was the feedback from one of our helpers:

Jojo's ON/Que Speaking Tour - Come and Join us

For all our ONT and QUE supporters, come and join us for the following talks:

Wednesday Sept 23rd - U of Guelph (Guelph) 5:30 pm to 7 pm
Thur Sept 24th - McMaster (Hamilton) 4pm and 7 pm
Fri Sept 25th - Brebeuf College School (AM) (Toronto), NCLN (PM) (Scarborough)
Sat Sept 26th - NCLN (Scarborough)
Sun Sept 27th - NLCN (Scarborough)
Mon Sept 28th - ?
Tue Sept 29th - UWO, (London, ON)
Wed Sept 30th - Queen's (Kingston) 4pm and 7 pm
Thur Oct 1st - In Ottawa for Ottawa talks
Mon Oct 5th - In Montreal for Montreal talks

What If Children See Abortion Images?

Today, an angry parent complained to our American affiliate when his daughter saw our abortion images in public. Here is a powerful response to him from CBR's Director, Gregg Cunningham:

Do we have the right to do what is wrong?

by Stephanie Gray, CBC.ca, Published July 2, 2008

With all the buzz about Henry Morgentaler being named to the Order of Canada, I wonder, "Why are we surprised?" For Canada to bestow this honour on him simply makes sense, given that abortion is legal and is government-funded through taxes. Furthermore, the majority of abortions occur in the first trimester, which is when a majority of Canadians support abortion.

Killing Won't Solve Anything

by Stephanie Gray, National Post, Published June 8, 2009

In his column "Who's to blame for George Tiller's murder" (June 2), Colby Cosh is completely wrong when he says: "If you believe that abortion is tantamount to murder... then you should be willing to stand up and celebrate the murder of Dr. George Tiller..."

In Defence of the Genocide Awareness Project

by Stephanie Gray, National Post, Published Wednesday, February 11, 2009

In her Feb. 4. column, "Women deserve better than abortion," Barbara Kay offers flawed suggestions to the pro-life movement. She calls the Genocide Awareness Project (GAP), which compares abortion to the Holocaust, the "worst" use of the movement's time and resources.

Who We Are

The Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform (CCBR) is an educational pro-life organization whose mission is to make abortion unthinkable. CCBR conveys the plight of the unborn through visual displays and trains people how to articulate a scientific and philosophical defense for the position against abortion. CCBR’s activities are designed to change hearts and minds as a precursor to transforming behavior. People are reached at various venues including high schools, universities, churches, public streets, and public gatherings.

 
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