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The beginning of life isn’t controversial

It’s not controversial when life begins. Except for when we start talking about abortion, then people want to pretend it’s above their pay grade. I just came across this little snippet from the Globe about an institute at U of

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#LifeWeek2015: Recap

#LifeWeek2015 has officially come to a close and we are blown away by the success of each and every event! Let’s take a look back at the successes of the past week: On Monday, we began #LifeWeek2015 with a lecture

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Panel: Services for Pregnant Women and Common Ground Between Pro-Choice and Pro-Life Groups

Can the Pro-Life and Pro-Choice movements find common ground? On Tuesday, March 10th from 6-7:30pm in Room 2118 of Sidney Smith Hall, participate in the second event of #LifeWeek2015 and see for yourself! Join us for a panel discussion featuring

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Debate: Abortion: A Human Right or Human Rights Violation?

  Join us Thursday, March 12th from 6:30-8:30pm in Room 1101 of Sandford Fleming for a debate featuring Maaike Rosendal of the Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform and Professor Wayner Sumner of the Department of Philosophy at the University of

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Talk: Fetal Surgery and High-Risk Pregnancy

  On Monday, March 9, the University of Toronto Students for Life will host a public lecture with Dr. Calhoun of West Virginia University. Located in Room 119 of the Galbraith Building, the talk, the first event of #LifeWeek2015, will

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On the analogy between the debates about slavery and abortion in America

Over at Public Discourse, Nathaniel Peters offers a review of Justin Buckley Dyer’s analysis on Slavery, Abortion, and the Politics of Constitutional Meaning. It’s a deep dive into the way that the analogy between slavery and abortion plays out in

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Luis interviewed on TRUradio

Luis Dizon, Education Coordinator with UTSFL, was interviewed on TRUradio [listen from 93:30, interview last ~12 min] a couple weeks back, discussing recent political developments with Niki Ashton and Justin Trudeau. New Lifestyle Internet Radio with TRUradio on BlogTalkRadio

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May “Choice” Chain

Yesterday, we held our May “Choice” Chain, and we’ll be continuing through the Summer and into next year. If you’re interested in getting involved with the UTSFL Activism Team to change hearts and minds about abortion and save the lives

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Say #No2Niki and Motion 510

In Canada, the politics of abortion have involved a lot of meta-debate in recent years. We debate whether or not we should “reopen” the abortion debate. We debate whether party leaders can prevent MPs from “reopening” the debate. We debate

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UTSFL at the March for Life

On May 8, 2014, some executive members of UTSFL were able to participate in the March for Life. We marched through downtown Ottawa, calling for Parliament to recognize and protect the right to life of all humans. 

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