There is a concerted effort by various interests in Canada to undermine Freedom of Religion in Canada.Our government has established an Office of religious Freedom under the auspices of the department of foreign affairs with an excellent ambassador in Andrew Bennett at the helm. I have personally made the case for Freedom of Religion where developing democracies like the idea but struggle to implement the reality: it’s something I hope to contribute to in the next phase of my life through the newly formed International Panel of Parliamentarians for Freedom of Religion and Belief, founded in part through the efforts of the member for Cypress Hills -Grasslands. More here
OTTAWA, On: Further to information released on April 9 and April 30, today’s focus is on further concerns and promising solutions. The Drug Safety & Effectiveness Network (DSEN) report of 2012 confirms concerns about the strong association between common stomach medications and C. difficile infections (CDI). “If the regulator cannot or will not act in the public interest then it falls to policy makers to advance the public interest and adjust the mandate of the regulator.” Today, I wish to draw attention to research that further links these medications with increased risk ....[click here for full story]
OTTAWA, On: In 2005, I was assured by the Health Minister of the day that Health Canada was actively investigating C. difficile deaths in Canadian hospitals and the relation to stomach acid suppressant drugs called Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs). A study by the Canadian Nosocomial Infection Surveillance Program (CNISP) would get to the bottom of it. It didn’t. The study presented in 2007 failed to collect data on the PPI issue. (Amazingly it purports to be the most extensive review on the subject in North America and useful as a ....[click here for full story]
Ottawa- Dr. James Lunney, MP for Nanaimo-Alberni is calling for ramped –up warnings to the public and to doctors following a report of the Drug Safety and Effectiveness Network (DSEN), a newly established agency under the auspices of the Canadian Institutes for Health Research. Lunney first raised concerns with Health Canada in October 2004, after published reports linking common stomach acid suppressing drugs known as Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) to Clostridium difficile (C. difficile) infections and deaths; common names of PPIs listed by Health Canada include Nexium, Losec, Prevacid, Pantoloc and ....[click here for full story]
- Militant Atheists, Evolutionism, the Campaign against a Christian World-View April 9, 2015Who is funding the campaign to discredit and diminish a Christian world-view in Canada? Ian Capstick former NDP strategist and communication director, describes himself as a militant atheist. He stated on national TV he had “to take James Lunney down”! … Continue reading →
- NDP Shuts Down MP Privilege April 2, 2015OTTAWA: When I made a decision to sit as an independent, I made it clear that I would seek to address the House of Commons to defend my beliefs that had been savaged. Yesterday, I rose on a Point of … Continue reading →
- Evolution Controversy April 1, 2015I know what I believe. There is a concerted effort by various interests in Canada to undermine Freedom of Religion in Canada. Our government has established an Office of religious Freedom under the auspices of the department of foreign affairs … Continue reading →
- Lunney to leave CPC Caucus March 31, 2015FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Ottawa: Leaders of the faith community were in Ottawa on March 25th to express their alarm at increasing and unprecedented attempts to stifle freedom of religion, conscience and expression in Canada (http://bit.ly/1ErDN48) They identify deliberate attempts to … Continue reading →
- Supreme Court: Assisted Suicide Decision February 6, 2015OTTAWA, On Feb 6, 2015 Statement Supreme Court: Assisted Suicide Decision This is an emotional and divisive issue. In 1993 the Supreme Court up-held the criminal code prohibition on euthanasia and assisted suicide. Furthermore, in 2010 the people’s elected representatives … Continue reading →
- Avian influenza confirmed on second farm in Southern Ontario April 18, 2015Avian influenza confirmed on second farm in Southern Ontario
- The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada Celebrate Excellence in Service to Canada April 18, 2015The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada (Princess Louise's) celebrated several accomplishments during an honours and awards parade today at the John Weir Foote V.C. Armoury in Hamilton, Ontario.
- Minister Paradis Promotes Innovative Ways to Finance International Development at the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund's Spring Meetings in Washington April 18, 2015April 18, 2015 Washington, D.C. Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada The Honourable Christian Paradis, Minister of International Development and La Francophonie, concluded a three-day visit to Washington to participate in the Spring Meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to improve the health and well-being of the most […]
- Remains of Canadian Second World War Soldier identified - Canadian Forces Forensic Odontology Responses Team matches dental records April 18, 2015The Department of National Defence (DND) and the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) have identified the remains of a Second World War soldier found near the Maas River in the Netherlands, as those of Private Albert Laubenstein from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
- Identification Process for Private Laubenstein April 18, 2015During the Second World War, approximately 709,000 Canadians and Newfoundlanders served in the Canadian Army.
- Militant Atheists, Evolutionism, the Campaign against a Christian World-View April 9, 2015