Tag: crisis pregnancy

What We Accomplished Last Semester

It’s hard to believe that we are halfway through the school year and already in 2015! UTSFL is hopeful as we gear up for a New Year of pro-life activism. But before we get too caught up in our plans,

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What do you say to someone contemplating abortion?

A few months back, I asked Nicole Lau—former president of UTSFL, who spent a year working at a crisis pregnancy centre in Toronto—to contribute a guest post. She sent this in right away, but I’m only getting around to posting

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The Heart of the Abortion Debate Within Our Culture: Part I

A friend of mine wrote the following poem, which mentions some concerns – some of the more “stickier” issues, no doubt – regarding the abortion debate. It is written from the perspective of the child in the womb. It must

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U of T Family Care Office Best Among Canadian Universities

Genevieve Bonomi, a summer research intern at the de Veber Institute for Bioethics and Social Research, put together a Report on Resources for Pregnant Women, Single Mothers and Parenting Students at university campuses in Canada. The deVeber Institute of Bioethics

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Project Ultrasound: See the Difference

Project Ultrasound looks like a very worthy charity to support (via Thomas Peters). (I wonder if there are any similar initiatives in Canada?) Between seventy and ninety-percent of “abortion minded” mothers who see an ultrasound choose life, but only 40%

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DeVeber Institute highlights University of Toronto campus pregnancy resources

Genevieve Bonomi, an intern at the deVeber Institue for Bioethics and Social Research, has praised UofT’s campus pregnancy resources: Throughout Canada, thousands of young people attend University who are aged 19 to 24. This group is also the largest age

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Aid To Women on Facebook

Aid to Women has a new Facebook Page. They provide crisis pregnancy support in Toronto to women in a caring, non-judgemental environment, and all services and free and confidential.

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