With opioids now killing two people per day in Ontario, some school boards are preparing to equip staff with the overdose antidote Naloxone.

Sisters of St. Joseph make case to battle poverty

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Given the chance to tell politicians from Ottawa about poverty, Sr. Sue Mosteller didn’t want to argue about economics.

Anti-porn advocates disappointed by health committee’s report on violent porn

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OTTAWA – Anti-porn advocacy groups expressed disappointment in the report by the House of Commons health committee on the public health effects of violent and degrading pornography.

Pro-life club fights U of Alberta in court for allowing mob to suppress opinion

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OTTAWA – A University of Alberta pro-life club is fighting a growing trend on campuses to allow mobs to suppress unpopular opinion, says the group representing it in a court battle.

Ontario conscience rights case goes to court

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TORONTO – In historic Osgoode Hall, 17 lawyers along with eight banker boxes of documents were arrayed three benches deep in front of Justice Herman J. Wilton-Siegel, Justice Richard A. Lococo and Justice Wendy W. Matheson before lawyer Albertos Polizogopoulos made his opening arguments on behalf of the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada and in favour of the Charter right of doctors to practice medicine according to their conscience.

Two Canadians appointed to Pontifical Academy for Life

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VATICAN CITY – Two Canadians are among the group appointed by Pope Francis to the Pontifical Academy of Life on June 13.

Ontario judge opens access to abortion statistics

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OTTAWA – An Ontario Superior Court judge has struck down a section of an Ontario law censoring the release of abortion statistics.

Faith is Lt. Col. Joseph Nonato's best companion

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While some soldiers question their faith when confronted by the horrors of war, Lt. Col. Joseph Nonato found that military service affirmed him as a Catholic.

Economist John Dillion was dedicated to social justice movement

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Cancer has taken one of the Church’s constant, quiet, faithful and fervent servants. Canadian economist John Dillon, who worked 44 years in ecumenical social justice movements, died unexpectedly June 5. He was 68 years old.

One year later: The reality of legalized medically assisted death

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In the year since state-sanctioned, medicalized suicide became legal on June 17, 2016, doctors have deliberately caused the death of their patients at a rate of about three a day.

Canadian bishops join forces with other faith groups for famine relief

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Canada’s Catholic bishops have pulled together a coalition of Christians, Muslims, Jews and others to try to keep people from starving to death in four terrorism-and-war-torn nations – South Sudan, Somalia, Nigeria and Yemen.