Deadly Misinformation

This piece was published by Convivium Magazine on December 21, 2016:

Now that assisted suicide and euthanasia have been decriminalized in Canada, news articles and opinion pieces are spreading incorrect information about the legal obligations and rights of the parties affected by this change in law. While the authors of these pieces are likely well intentioned and simply unaware that the information shared is misleading or wrong, it is vital that we set the record straight each time this occurs.

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Protecting Patients in the Shadows of Euthanasia: 3 Recommendations

This piece was published by Convivium Magazine on October 12, 2016: Studies have shown that means other than proper euthanasia protocols are used when doctors cannot be bothered to fill out the paperwork. In Belgium, where the legal framework is … [Continue reading]

What does post-Carter Canada look like?

This piece was published by Convivum Magazine in June 2016: In Canada, access to palliative care varies from excellent to extremely poor based on where one lives yet euthanasia is now expected to be available anywhere at the first request. If our … [Continue reading]

Legalized assisted suicide increases total suicide rates

This piece was published in the Montreal Gazette on May 13, 2016: Under Bill C-14, people in Attawapiskat who meet the criteria provided in Bill C-14 will be able to request suicide assistance and end their lives. The argument may be made that few … [Continue reading]

Dear Topless Pro-Choice Protestor

I recently posted this letter on the ProWomanProLife blog following yet another topless protest at the Annual March for Life: While I’ll likely disagree with your reasons for legalized abortion, I do support your right to express yourself and share … [Continue reading]

College of Physicians, please stand up for religious minorities

I wrote this open letter to Dr. Marc Gabel regarding the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario's draft human rights policy: Dr. Gabel, this is not the definition of “discrimination” at law. If someone chooses to make up definitions for … [Continue reading]

Misguided feminism at Fredericton High School

I wrote an article which I published at ProWomanProlife about North American feminism. Is it really dead? Or is there more work that could be done under the banner of feminism? Unlike many jaded women, I do think there is still a place for feminism. … [Continue reading]

No, conception is not an “accident”

I recently posted the following over at ProWomanProlife, responding to some arguments on "forced fatherhood": Therefore sex no longer leads to babies, or unwanted babies in any case, therefore men and women can become “accidentally” pregnant, bear … [Continue reading]

Pro-choice activist: don’t call abortions “difficult decisions”

I recently responded to pro-choice arguments that Janet Harris advanced in her Washington Post article, Stop Calling Abortion a Difficult Decision. The post was published at ProWomanProlife. Here's an excerpt: Sex has life-altering consequences. As … [Continue reading]

New Brunswick’s Morgentaler Clinic and Abortion “Choice”

We Need a Law published my most recent article on the confusion reigning within the pro-choice movement over the closure of the New Brunswick Morgentaler abortion clinic: Farquhar is brazen in claiming that the New Brunswick government is in clear … [Continue reading]