Okay to be pro-life in Canada – so long as you don’t act on it

Are your views "in line" with the government's?

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a town hall audience this week that nonprofit organizations dedicated to fighting for the lives of the nation’s unborn are “not in line with where we are as a government, and quite frankly where we are as a society”, according to a story from Life News.

The comment came in response to a question about free speech, particularly as it regards speaking on behalf of the unborn.

“When those beliefs lead to actions aimed to restrict a woman’s right on what to do with her body, that’s where we draw the line.”

In other words, the Canadian government – and according to Trudeau, all of Canadian society – is fine with a citizen holding pro-life views, provided those views are not acted upon.

I’m certain that pro-life Canadians will be glad to hear this news – so glad, in fact, that they’d like to contact the PM and let him know how much they appreciate it. According to the official website of his office,

“The Prime Minister greatly values the thoughts and suggestions of Canadians. You may write or fax his office …”. We at The Resurgent are happy to help you take the PM up on that offer.

The link here is to the contact page where you can leave your thanks for the gracious permission Mr. Trudeau has extended to allow you to think what you like in the privacy of your own home. If you’d prefer other methods of contact you may choose from those below.

Office of the Prime Minister
80 Wellington Street
Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2

Fax: 613-941-6900

Twitter: @CanadianPM

Now remember – this information is intended for our Canadian readers only.

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It's so good of that idiot Trudeau to extend the right for his citizens to enjoy the right to think and act in their own homes. I wonder if any leftist realizes that they might not have been born, because of their parent's decision to not have them? Nevermind. I think I know the answer.



gjb 131 yes I believe it was this program that spurred the current battle taking place over rights there now.


I did not want to mislead you into thinking that Christian organizations in Canada are tied to government money. The program I am speaking of is a simple employment program which endeavours to support summer student employment and employers. In the past what it has done is allowed faith based organizations who work with the homeless for example to hire extra staff to go out into the streets and work with the people. This also applies the the Christian farmer who needs summer help but cannot afford the full weight of wages. This is not just an organization issue. As I stated it is part of the bigger issue of equal rights now becoming special rights. This line of thinking is allowing an insidious creep of ideologies that are not Canadian and most certainly not Christian.



DaveEvad - AMEN! I've addressed similar shortcomings in the church in other posts here at The Resurgent and my personal blog AReasoningFaith.com. The failure of God's people both corporately and individually has led us to this place. The question is what to do in order to remedy that.
I'd be curious to hear your thoughts about the following two posts: