By Don Hutchinson “The state has no business in the bedrooms of the nation,” or so former Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau infamously stated to the media at a press conference on December 21, 1967. Last week, Canada’s Science and Technology Museum (located in Ottawa) finished setting up the exhibit “Sex:A Tell All Exhibition” in… Read More

There are few involved in promoting biblical principles on matters of law and public policy who have not at least encountered Gerald Vandezande. Gerald was a giant among men – and women – who understood, intuitively, educationally and theologically, the importance of loving both God and one’s neighbour (Mark 12:30-31) and how that applied to… Read More

The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada’s Centre for Faith and Public Life (CFPL) in Ottawa has a Law and Public Policy Internship Program for post-secondary students. Interns are given the opportunity to work with the CFPL team on various public policy and legal issues.  Interns are supervised and mentored by the appropriate member or members of the… Read More

Guest blogger: Bruce J. Clemenger is President, The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada With federal election 2011, we have witnessed an historic election with many firsts.  First, a majority for the Conservative Party of Canada, a relatively new party birthed out of a desire to unite the right, and which first led the longest minority Parliament… Read More