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Sunday, February 28, 2016

Please sign the online Petition to stop the Abuse

http://www.epcc.ca/petition/online-petition/

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ONLINE PETITION

Petition to the Attorney General of Canada

WHEREAS: In 2010, a bill to legalize euthanasia and assisted suicide was defeated in Parliament by a vote of 228 to 59.
WHEREAS: Legalizing euthanasia or assisted suicide is contrary to official government policies such as the prevention of elder abuse. Elder abuse is a significant problem in Canada. Abusers of the elderly are often family members. Carter’s notice of claim seeks to enable family members to facilitate euthanasia and/or assisted suicide.
WHEREAS: In the state of Oregon, where assisted suicide is legal, patients desiring treatment under the government health plan have been offered assisted suicide instead. Our government healthcare system would be similarly empowered if euthanasia or assisted suicide were made legal in Canada.
WHEREAS: In Oregon, other types of suicides have increased since the legalization of assisted suicide. We don’t need the “Oregon experience.”
We, the undersigned residents of Canada, urge the Attorney General to adopt the strongest possible opposition to the legalization of euthanasia and/or assisted suicide. We the undersigned support the mission and efforts of the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition.

Please vote


Right to die: Should public hospitals have freedom of religion?

Poll is below the story.

Do hospitals have freedom of religion?

No: Humans have human rights; institutions don't.
Yes: Religion can be part of an institution's collective ethos.

Alex Schadenberg
Executive Director
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
Box 25033  London ON N6C 6A8
1-877-439-3348 or 519-439-3348

Friday, February 19, 2016

Job Opening in Fredericton

NB Right to Life

Has a job opening.

Job Opening: Executive Director

The New Brunswick Right to Life Association invites expressions of interest for the position of Executive Director. This full-time position will open in the summer of 2016.
The mission of New Brunswick Right to Life is to promote the sanctity of all human life from fertilization to natural death through public education. The association promotes life and love for all, without exception.
New Brunswick Right to Life is a registered charity. The organization consists of a provincial office in Fredericton, with a staff of four employees plus volunteers, and eight local chapters across the province.
A suitable candidate will possess these qualities:
– A heart for the pro-life cause
– Ability to present the pro-life cause persuasively to secular as well as religious audiences
– Aptitude for educating youth via schools, social media and other avenues
– Ability to collaboratively manage others, oversee projects, make sound decisions, work within deadlines, and multi-task at a high level
– Ability to think and act strategically, envision new possibilities, and respond creatively to new challenges
– Master’s level education or equivalent
The duties of the Executive Director include:
– Overseeing the Women’s Care Center (part-time staff of two) providing counselling and support to pregnant mothers
– Speaking to media representatives
– Managing educational resources including newsletter, websites, social media
– Directing / collaborating on fundraising initiatives so as to meet budget
Salary is commensurate with qualifications. Benefits include health and dental insurance.
Those interested may contact Peter Ryan, Executive Director, at 506-459-8990 / 1-888-796-9600, at nbrl@nb.aibn.com, or by writing NB Right to Life, PO Box 113, Stn. A, Fredericton NB E3B 4Y2.
 Applications should include a complete resume, a letter explaining one’s interest in the position and pro-life background, and three letters of reference.

Contact us...






Phone 506 657-3771
respectlife@nb.aibn.com>


our mailing address is


Saint
John Right to Life

P.O.Box 6475

Stn
'A'

Saint John,
N.B.

E2L
4R9






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