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Our Mission Statement
To promote community awareness on all issues of life through advocacy, commitment to prayer, education, evangelization and outreach. Our Ministry encourages a Consistent Ethic of life approach in promoting reverence for life, which is rooted in the Gospel. It is our hope to build a “Culture of Life” that respects and protects all alike, particularly the most vulnerable; the unborn, persons with disabilities, the elderly and the terminally ill.

Latest News Events

Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

February 28, 2020

Dear Friends,

The Canadian government introduced amendments to the euthanasia law (Bill C-7). As predicted, the government did not limit their amendments to the Québec court decision but are proposing to expand the law by:

  • Permitting euthanasia for people who are incompetent but were approved in advance.
  • Waiving the 10-day waiting period.
  • Falsely claiming (smoke and mirrors) to prevent euthanasia for people with mental illness.

What makes it worse is the fact that the government intends to begin the five-year review of the euthanasia law in June 2020, and yet they are already expanding the law.
We are petitioning the government to reject Bill C-7 and turn their focus to preparing the review.
BC Health Minister, Adrian Dix, terminated the contract with the Delta Hospice Society as of February 24, 2021, because the Delta Hospice refuses to kill its patients at the Irene Thomas Hospice in Ladner BC. This type of coercion is completely unacceptable, and the battle has only begun. The Delta Hospice Society was originally ordered to begin doing euthanasia by February 3, 2020, or lose its funding. They can now continue for at least 12 more months. This is a victory and they are not backing down.. Euthanasia Prevention Coalition

The Coalition for HealthCARE and Conscience

Call for Conscience Campaign

The Federal government has tabled new legislation for euthanasia in 2020. They plan to remove the “reasonably forseeable death” criteria. Disability activists are speaking out fiercely against this change because that criteria protects persons with disabilities from euthanasia.

Click the link below to tell your MP that you want them to vote to protect the vulnerable.
The Coalition for HealthCARE and Conscience