Media Release OTTAWA –Lawyers with The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (“EFC”) have joined lawyers from across the country in signing a declaration which condemns the legalization of euthanasia and assisted suicide. “I signed the declaration because I don’t believe that the law should change,” explains EFC Vice-President and General Legal Counsel Don Hutchinson. “Assisted suicide… Read More

By Faye Sonier Over the last few weeks, public comment on the issue makes it apparent that there is still confusion surrounding the funding of abortion procedures in Canada. Joyce Arthur wrote a piece at where she lambasted Campaign Life Coalition’s Defund Abortion campaign; painting the protestors as naïve, uninformed activists fighting for a… Read More

Guest Post: Geoffrey Trotter, Counsel for the EFC in the Carter v. Canada case. Article was originally published in Take Five. While some have characterized the majority decision in Carter as a narrow application of stare decisis to avoid dealing with the merits, a closer look reveals an important contemporary appellate endorsement of the underlying… Read More

By Don Hutchinson Clayton Ruby’s personal crusade against a Canadian Christian university establishing a law school has resulted in marketing his opinion in four published newspaper pieces (National Post, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Vancouver Province). In addition, Clayton and I debated the issue on CBC’s Q with Jian Ghomeshi, which I wrote about in… Read More

By Don Hutchinson   The portrayal of the human race in space-age adventures is frequently one of a unity that is the utopian expression of some future dream. It certainly does not portray a contemporary reality. And, in those adventures of far off space, the other side is as demonized – represented as evil or… Read More

The EFC issued the following media release on March 27, 2012 OTTAWA – The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC) is deeply concerned that yesterday’s decision by the Ontario Court of Appeal in Bedford v. Canada (Attorney General) not only fails to protect women from exploitation, but could lead to a situation in Canada where the… Read More