Pre-Born Human Rights

21 Feb 2017 Pro-Life Training

Hannah Sikkema, Administrative Assistant - ARPA Canada Three ARPA staff members were in Florida last week for the annual "Genocide Awareness Project". It features a tour of a large visual display with abortion victim photography. A group of individuals engaged university students on three different campuses around Florida on the issue of pre-born human rights. The event was organized by the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform¸ and ARPA's Ottawa Administrative Assistant, Hannah Sikkema, was part of the project. She says a lot of people don’t know “what abortion really is. They...

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02 Feb 2017 ARPA Canada is hiring – Administrative Assistant to the WNAL Director

The WeNeedaLAW.ca (WNAL) campaign is a public awareness campaign with a mission to engage and equip Canadians in the political process in order to change minds, change laws, and save pre-born lives. It is an initiative of the Association for Reformed Political Action (ARPA) Canada. The Lord has also blessed these efforts and in order to continue addressing ongoing efforts we require a part-time employee to assist us in carrying out our mission. Job Description: Administrative Assistant to the WNAL Director (10-15 hours per week) Deadline for applications: February 28, 2017 Location: Working primarily...

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01 Feb 2017 FIPPA Update

So, the case is finished. The trial has wrapped up. The judge has heard our oral arguments and will now reserve judgement, contemplate what was written, and what was said and give us his decision in the next little while. We will keep you, our dear supporters, updated. The government of Ontario made compelling arguments this afternoon about the need for the judge to be deferential to the choices of the law makers. This required careful reply. The outcome of this case is not certain - it could go either...

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01 Feb 2017 Press Release: Blocking Ontario Abortion Stats Blocks Proper Health Policy Research

For immediate release from the Association for Reformed Political Action (ARPA) Canada February 1, 2017 BLOCKING ONTARIO ABORTION STATS BLOCKS PROPER HEALTH POLICY RESEARCH OTTAWA - The Ontario government is forced to answer for their censorship of abortion statistics today. The Association for Reformed Political Action (ARPA) Canada, together with blogger Patricia Maloney, will argue in the Ontario Superior Court today that the censorship of abortion statistics is an infringement of freedom of expression, including freedom of the press, and that the censorship is unreasonable and unjustified. Ontario is the only province that has...

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31 Jan 2017 Ontario Government Forced to Answer to Court for Censoring Abortion Stats

On Wednesday, February 1st, the Ontario government will be forced to answer for their censorship of abortion statistics in court. ARPA Canada, together with pro-life blogger Patricia Maloney, will argue that the censorship of abortion statistics is an infringement of freedom of expression, including freedom of the press, and that the censorship is unreasonable and unjustified. ARPA Canada is devoted to promoting grassroots political action. We strive to give citizens, particularly Christian citizens, the tools they need to become politically engaged so they can be a voice for truth, justice, freedom, and...

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14 Nov 2016 Ontario School Club Hosts Flag Display

This submission was written by student member Tess Laman. A Voice for the Voiceless On Saturday October 29, along Highway 5, the Rehoboth ARPA School Club rallied together to be a voice for thousands who don’t have one. Many student members spent their morning sticking 10,000 pink and blue coloured flags into the ground. Each flag represents 10 babies aborted each year in Canada. They rose awareness by holding their pro-life banner high both literally and figuratively. They were encouraged by the many honks of support they received over the course of...

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07 Nov 2016 Op-Ed: Opportunity for pro-life and pro-choice to work together lost

The following op-ed appeared in the Smithers Interior News on November 2, 2016 by Executive Director, Mark Penninga When it comes to how Canadian law views preborn children, some may legitimately wonder if “pro-life” Canadians will ever be able to agree or work together with those who identify as “pro-choice.” Such an opportunity arose just last week, but the entire NDP (including local MP Nathan Cullen), Liberal Party, and even some Conservatives lacked the courage to act. Pro-life or pro-choice, every Canadian should be disappointed with this lack of leadership because...

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26 Oct 2016 Fear of abortion discussion leads to cries for justice being ignored by Parliament

On Wednesday October 19, Parliament voted down Bill C-225, also known as Cassie and Molly’s Law. This private member’s bill, sponsored by Yorkton-Melville MP Cathay Wagantall, addressed a gaping hole in Canadian law whereby a criminal who intentionally commits a violent crime against a pregnant woman currently cannot be charged for harming or murdering her pre-born child. Parliament voted down Bill c-225 - Cassie and Molly’s Law The bill was inspired by the story of Cassandra Kaake, a mother who was murdered two years ago in Windsor, Ontario. Cassy was 7 months...

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