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Pierre Elliott Trudeau’s Great Betrayal

By Gwendolyn Landolt, National Vice President of REAL Women of Canada and Patrick Redmond

This book is about the history of abortion laws in Canada and how there are now NONE today. Released  May 30, 2017
In Canada, abortion was included in the Canadian Criminal Code when it was passed in 1892. From 1969 to 1982, dramatic changes took place on the abortion issue. A great betrayal of the Christian principles upon which Canada was founded took place. The Liberals, under Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau, passed an Omnibus Bill in 1969 legalizing abortion under certain conditions. Again under Trudeau, another negative milestone was reached when the Liberal government passed the Charter of Rights in 1982. This constitutional change led the Supreme Court of Canada to remove all protection from the unborn and allowed abortion on demand, up to, during, and after the birth of the child. This study is about those who knew what was happening and who fought to stop it.
Review by Dan Di Rocco, The Interim, June 21 2017  Click here
Review by Douglas Alderson, the Quarterly Ledger, July 2017  Click Here
Review by Lou Iacobelli, July 13, 2017 Click here
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From Democracy to Judicial Dictatorship in Canada
The Untold Story of the Charter of Rights

By Gwendolyn Landolt, LLB, Patrick Redmond, PhD, and Douglas Alderson, MA, LLM

This book provides the reader with a three part assessment of our current state of constitutional crisis. The first part is a survey of the politics that went into the 1982 patriation of Canada’s Constitution. The second, the loss of Parliamentary sovereignty and the rise of judicial activism. In the third part, the authors make the case that reform is not only necessary but possible. Both the courts and Parliament must actively seek to re-balance their respective roles based on principles of responsible government and electoral accountability, to ensure that Canada, once again, becomes strong and free, rooted in the consent of the governed.

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