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Tuesday
Mar202018

BC: The alarming trend of bullying hospitals & hospices into doing assisted suicide

Will Johnston (Photo: Euthanasia Prevention Coalition)

Increasingly aggressive euthanasia activists are attempting to rewrite the meaning of palliative care across Canada.

Comment By Dr Will Johnston

CANADIANS WHO ARE SICK and suicidal can now be put to death under various medicalized and government-approved protocols, following court and legislative victories by euthanasia activists. These activists are now turning their considerable talents to

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Monday
Feb122018

‘Kerfuffle‘ for Christian Camps 

Summer camps may need to reduce staff or cease operation due to the Liberal government’s recent funding requirements. (PHoto: kali9 / iSTOCK)


(Staff)  NUMEROUS FAITH GROUPS AND CHARITIES across the country are condemning the Liberal government’s new requirement that employers seeking access to funds from the Summer Jobs Program must support abortion. The program subsidizes around 70,000 student jobs every year.

In the online application form for the federal program, which helps employers hire summer students, applicants will need to tick a box that, for many, forces them to choose

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Monday
Feb122018

Primate to resign in 2019: A Changing of the Guard

Fred Hiltz resigning as Primate but not until July 16, 2019. 

(Photo: Anglican Church of Canada)

Four other bishops stepping down [CAD News]

By Sue Careless

FIVE SENIOR LEADERS in the Anglican Church of Canada, including its national pastor, are stepping down. All five men are retiring – the Primate Fred Hiltz not until 2019 but the other four bishops this year.

This January Archbishop Fred Hiltz marked 41 years in ordained ministry. For 23 years he was Bishop of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. Then in 2007 he was elected Primate

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Sunday
Dec102017

Diocese of Caledonia: Former bishop-elect fired as priest

Jacob Worley (Supplied Photo)


(Staff)  ON FRIDAY, NOV. 10 ARCHBISHOP JOHN PRIVETT phoned and wrote to the Rev. Jacob Worley to tell him that his employment as a priest in the Diocese of Caledonia was  being terminated. Worley says that when he asked what the reason was, Privett (who is Metropolitan of the Province of BC & Yukon) declined

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Sunday
Dec102017

British Columbia: New bishop-elect in  Caledonia

(Staff)  ON OCTOBER 25, the Rev. David Lehmann was elected Bishop of Caledonia on the 20th and last canonically allowed ballot. Lehmann’s election came in the midst of a contentious time in the Diocese of Caledonia – between the Provincial House of Bishop’s rejection of Caledonia’s April election of Jake Worley, and before Archbishop John Privett’s firing of Worley in the interim between local diocesan bishops. 

Bishop David Lehmann (SuppliedPhoto)

Lehmann, who is single, currently serves

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