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KW RTL is a non-profit charity for 44 years located at 215 Lancaster St. W. Kitchener ON
We advocate for the Protection of Human Rights for all from conception to natural death
We provide information on all life issues: Prenatal development, Abortion, Infanticide, Euthanasia, Reproductive Technology and Healthy Life Styles
Our Services include Counselling, Presentations, Literature Exhibits, Media interviews and Displays along with a good reference Library
There are over 1000 requests yearly for our resources with an outreach and support to many thousands of individuals and members – average 125 pregnancy calls for counseling yearly
We support 7 other prolife groups like UW Students for Life and LaurierLifeLine students, Choice Chain with outreach that includes an annual bus trip to Ottawa for the March for Life with 25,000 participants, many local prayer vigils, visits to schools – volunteer fairs and various groups, bazaars, fundraisers and dinners – about 45 – 50 a year
We believe in freedom of speech, religion and conscience and the fundamental right upon which all other rights depend, the Right to Life
What is the unborn? Unborn babies are human and should have the status of personhood regardless of size, level of development, their environment and degree of dependency. None of these stages should change the value of the unborn child. Abortion is a human rights issue
Below Conception to Birth – Alexander Tsiaras
Since January 28, 1988 Canada is 28 years without a law to protect the preborn child at any stage until birth. Ending life at its beginning by abortion is allowed for any reason including the gender of the baby.
Preborn babies are not the only victims of abortion. Mothers, fathers and family also share in the grief causing guilt, depression, substance abuse and even suicide.
The expanding occurrence of Mental Health issues are in media headlines as the Canadian Medical Association struggles to keep up with the demand to increase Mental Health services including suicide prevention.
Familly physicians are being trained to take on a bigger role.
Band-aid solutions like reducing pack sizes of pain killers do not address the real issues leading to increased substance abuse and suicide rates.
Ironically, the proposal of legalizing Marijuana complicates the need for psychological interventions for suicidal behaviour from substance abuse.
Being one’s own moral agent in life and death matters is being extended from abortion to legally ending a life through assisted suicide.
It is a spiritual poverty that creates a solution of killing. All kinds of pain and suffering need real solutions like improved palliative care that addresses alleviating physical, mental and spiritual pain.
Valuing human life and protecting it at all stages shows the beauty and importance of every person throughout the life cycle. It brings greater spiritual wealth to everyone.
KW Right to Life President
Canadian Centre for Bioethical Reform (CCBR)’s Canada 150 Tour Coming to Kitchener! Friday June 23rd, 2017 – Zehrs Laurentian Community Room 2nd Floor, 750 Ottawa St. S. – Refreshments at 6:30pm – Presentation to begin at 7:00pm with Q&A to follow. On Canada’s 150th Birthday, Canadians are faced with a stark choice: To celebrate our century-long heritage of protecting all human life, or celebrate our 48-year legacy of protecting only some human beings. Four million preborn Canadians will not celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary with us because they never had a birthday of their own. Canada’s past was pro-life. If you join with us to speak for these missing Canadians, Canada’s future can be pro-life, too. Join Maaike Rosendal and CCBR Summer interns to hear how, together, we can end the killing of preborn children in our nation. Sponsored by KW Right to Life 519.746.5433 firstname.lastname@example.org