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09.29.2016 – Sept. 29th, 2016 – Social Media Campaign at a Critical Time to Protect Pregnant Women Through Molly’s Law (C-225)

josiahnov2016Announcing: New video regarding this year’s MYC delegation going to Parliament. Taking applications until Oct. 7th.


Yesterday our friends at We Need A Law issued a call to support Molly’s Law (C-225) through a social media campaign over the next few days. We thought it was such a great idea that we wanted to let you know about it so we can all be a part!

The timing of this social media strategy is important. The 2nd hour of debate for Molly’s Law will take place next week on October 5th. If it does not pass the vote next week, it will die.

Please join us in standing up for pregnant women and their unborn babies…[Click here to read the full article].

09.26.2016 – Sept. 26th, 2016 – Special Announcement: Featured Opportunities, Events and Organizations

rideThese are exciting times in Canada and we have a number of important organizations, events and opportunities we wanted to invite you to be part of!

A biking/walking fundraiser event called Ride for Refuge is happening October 1st in various cities all across Canada. The event supports a number of organizations aimed at fighting human trafficking, including one of our favourites, the Joy Smith Foundation.

We invite all of you to participate in the event location nearest you. Also, MY Canada has registered a team and we would love for you to join it! Please click here to walk/fundraise to fight human trafficking with us!…[Click here to read the full article].

09.16.2016 – Sept. 16th, 2016 – Announcing: An Important New Documentary About Pornography. Learn How You Can Help Host a Screening and Support a Motion to Protect Canadians

Over 18 is a clear-eyed examination of modern pornography and its effects on kids, teens, parents, and porn stars. The goal of the project is to educate youth on the realities of pornography, help their parents understand the growing epidemic of hardcore porn usage, and propose solutions for preventing exposure and addiction in the first place.

We are excited about the release of this powerful documentary and believe that it will be instrumental in exposing the dangers of pornography and in urging Parliamentarians to implement safeguards against it…[Click here to read the full article].

09.12.2016 – Sept. 12th, 2016 – Call to Defend Our Democracy: Attend Your MP’s Town Hall on Electoral Reform & Apply Now to Be Part of a Nation-Impacting Parliamentary Delegation

sept-town-hall-2-copyElectoral reform is a top issue MY Canada will continue to watch this fall. Our position is simple: Changing such a fundamental aspect of our democracy as how we vote for and elect our officials must be put to a referendum in which all Canadians get a say.

However, the Government continues to refuse to hold one.

Minister of Democratic Institutions Maryem Monsef has repeatedly stated that her team and the committee are working to hear from all Canadians on this issue and also that the government is prepared to go with what the majority of Canadians want.

We are asking for your help in ensuring that Minister Monsef and the committee hear from all of us that we demand a referendum…[Click here to read the full article].

09.08.2016 – Sept. 8th, 2016 – Announcing Our Next Delegation To Go To Parliament (November 20-26th)!

josiah2016novIf you have a passion for Canada, love God and would like the opportunity to be a part of a nation-impacting mission trip then we have exciting news for you!

This November 20th-26th, MY Canada will be taking our next team of young adults to Ottawa. Members of this delegation will receive thorough training on how to impact our national leaders and have an opportunity to meet with 70+ Members of Parliament and Senators to pray for them & share with them about issues they are passionate about…[Click here to read the full article].

09.06.2016 – Sept. 6th, 2016 – Parliament Reconvenes for Fall Session on Sept. 19th; Here are the Issues to Watch. Plus, an Invitation to Fight Radical S-x Ed in Ontario


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Cabinet Ministers recently met in Sudbury, Ontario to prepare for the fall session of Parliament and to discuss government strategy on a number of issues. Parliament is set to sit again for the fall session beginning on September 19th.


Key issues that we will be following in the coming months include:…[Click here to read full article].

08.18.2016 – August 18th, 2016 – BIG Changes Coming to Canada’s Electoral Process? Help Us Call on Government to Give All Canadians a Say with a Referendum



As part of his election campaign, Justin Trudeau pledged that 2015 would be Canada’s last federal election under the first-past-the-post (FPTP) system.

Throughout the summer months, an all-party Special Committee on Electoral Reform (ERRE) has been busy meeting to determine how Canadians will elect their government; Examining the various types of voting systems, considering the addition of online and/or mandatory voting, hearing and questioning witnesses, welcoming input from the public and discussing the idea of lowering the voting age to 16.

Many options are being explored. However, the Liberal government refuses to put this to a referendum, despite the fact that a referendum is the most robust, inclusive consultation process at our disposal….[Click here to read the full article].

08.08.2016 – August 8th, 2016 – TWU Law School Update: Celebrating A Big Victory in Nova Scotia, and the Battle for Freedom of Religion Continues in Ontario and BC

TWUUpdateTrinity Western University continues to contend for its constitutional freedoms of association, conscience, religion and expression currently being challenged by law societies in British Columbia, Ontario, and Nova Scotia. Prior to this year, Appeals Courts ruled in favour of TWU in B.C. and Nova Scotia, and against TWU in Ontario. These decisions were recently appealed in each province and it seems the battle is headed to the Supreme Court in the near future.

The Ontario Court of Appeals ruled on June 29th that the province’s law society was reasonable in their decision to withhold accreditation from TWU students. The court acknowledged that TWU’s freedom of religion WAS infringed upon but ruled that it was justified! Not only is this disappointing but also deeply concerning as it demonstrates that our Chartered freedom of religion has become secondary to the demands of the LGBTQ community in Ontario….[Click here to read the full article].

07.23.2016 – July 23rd, 2016 – A Unique Opportunity for Young Adults to Influence the Prime Minister of Canada: Apply Today!

PMYouth4 (1)Influence Canada From the Very Top!

Are you a Canadian between the ages of 16 to 24 who loves Canada and wants to use your voice to influence the nation in a positive way?

What more powerful way than to influence the nation’s highest elected official?
The Right Honourable Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is looking for youth to provide non-partisan advice on national issues such as employment, access to education, building stronger communities, climate change & clean growth, and more…[Click here to read the full article].

07.13.2016 – July 13th, 2016 – MPs are Back in Their Constituency Offices for the Summer: Find out How to Contact Yours Today

On June 17th, Parliament was adjourned for summer break and Members of Parliament headed home to their ridings. MPs will continue to work out of their constituency offices until mid-September. This is exciting as it means your MP is more available to communicate with you on key issues.

You do not have to be a political science student or even overly knowledgeable about the most recent bills and motions: Anyone can contact their MP and every one of us should! It makes a real difference and is an important way you can stand on guard for Canada.

Here are some tips….[Click here to read the full article].

07.01.2016 – July 1st, 2016 – Happy Canada Day 2016 from MY Canada!!


Today marks the 149th birthday of our great nation. On July 1st, 1867 we officially became known as the Dominion of Canada under our first Prime Minister, John A. Macdonald.

We are blessed to live in Canada for so many reasons, it is difficult to name them all. We at MY Canada have narrowed down the top ten things we are thanking God for in Canada right now:…[Click here to read the full article].

06.21.2016 – June 21st, 2016 – IMPORTANT UPDATE: Bill C-14 Receives Royal Assent. See how Your MP Voted and What the Next Steps Are


Tragically, the Government’s Bill C-14 received Royal Assent and became Canada’s new law on physician-assisted suicide on Friday, June 17th. Competent Canadians who are at least 18 years of age and have a “grievous and irremediable medical condition” may legally obtain the assistance of a doctor or nurse to end their own lives.

Click HERE to see who qualifies for assisted suicide in Canada

Click here to see how your MP voted on C-14

The House of Commons refused to include a key Senate recommendation to expand access to those for whom death has not become “reasonably foreseeable”. This particular amendment would have opened the door for many more assisted suicide deaths in Canada…[Click here to read the full article].

06.16.2016 – June 16th, 2016 – Invitation to Join the June 26th National Day of Government Prayer


The Bible says: “When there is moral rot within a nation, its government topples easily. But wise and knowledgeable leaders bring stability.” Prov. 28:2 NLT.

Now more than ever it is vitally important for the Body of Christ in Canada to uphold our leaders in prayer as they make daily decisions about the morality, freedom, and safety of our nation.

The National House of Prayer is encouraging churches from all across Canada to participate in a day of prayer for Canadian Government on Sunday, June 26th.

Please consider sharing this opportunity with your Pastor or click here to register your church for the Government Prayer Sunday now…[Click here to read the full article].

06.11.2016 – June 11th, 2016 – Trinity Western University Continues the Fight for Freedom of Christian Religion in Canada

Image processed by CodeCarvings Piczard ### FREE Community Edition ### on 2015-05-18 19:18:06Z | | http://codecarvings.comTWU FIGHTS FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM

Trinity Western University (TWU) is continuing to struggle for the right to have its proposed law school recognized and future graduates permitted to practice law in all provinces.

Testimonies were presented in BC and Ontario Courts of Appeals this week in attempt to determine whether the law societies have infringed upon the religious freedom of the Christian university by refusing to recognize credentials simply because of the religious beliefs of the school and the students who go there.

TWU requires that all staff and students sign a Community Covenant Agreement which includes the understanding of sexual intimacy being reserved for marriage between one man and one woman. Governing law societies in BC, Nova Scotia and Ontario have refused to grant potential law graduates of TWU the accreditation required to practice law in the provinces, claiming that the university promotes discrimination against the LGBT community…[Click here to read the full article].

06.08.2016 – June 8th, 2016 – Assisted Suicide now LEGAL in Canada, plus Final Days to Influence the Senate on Bill C-14: E-mail all Canadian Senators within 5 Minutes


Parliament has missed the Supreme Court’s deadline and assisted suicide officially became legal throughout Canada on Tuesday, June 7th. Since Bill C-14 is still in the Senate after being passed in the House of Commons, the Supreme Court’s ruling in Carter stands. It is now up to the provinces to determine how this ruling will be applied.

The Senate’s Legal and Constitutional Affairs Committee has chosen to forgo the usual procedure of recommending amendments to the Senate. This means that all Senators will be welcome to propose amendments.

By all accounts, it appears the bill could be put to a Senate vote by the end of this week at the earliest…[Click here to read the full article].

06.02.2016 – June 2nd, 2016 -Bill C-14 PASSES in the House of Commons and moves to the Senate, Canadians rally Against Euthanasia on Parliament Hill, and What you Can Do Now

Senate5Bill C-14 passed through third reading in the House of Commons Tuesday evening with a final vote of 186 to 137. Although not the result we had hoped for, we believe that God is on the move and plan to continue to partner with Him in taking a stand against the culture of death in Canada.

{Click here to see how your MP voted on Bill C-14.}

The bill now faces study, potential amendments, and votes in the Senate, and if amended will return again to the House for voting. Senators have indicated they will not rush the bill through to meet the June 6th deadline but rather will take the necessary time to study the bill properly and make amendments. This is very encouraging!!

Please see below for how we can influence the Senate to protect Canadians…[Click Here to read the full article].

05/30/2016 – May 30th, 2016 – Important Info on the June 1st Rally Including How You Can Help Spread the Word with Social Media, and Details on a Bus from Toronto to the Rally


There are just a few days to go before the important June 1st rally to oppose euthanasia & assisted suicide on Parliament Hill this Wednesday.

The timing couldn’t be more critical; The final vote in the House of Commons is expected today (May 30th) and the bill could potentially move to the Senate thereafter.



Join our Thunderclap campaign to exponentially expand the social reach of our message and greatly encourage MPs and Senators to attend the event…[Click here to read the full article].


05.22.2016 – May 22nd, 2016 – We Need Your Help Calling Ottawa-Area Churches & Invitation to June 1st Rally on Parliament Hill

VOLUNTEERSOn Wed June 1st there will be an important rally at Parliament Hill to oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide at this critical time.

To help make this event as impacting as possible MY Canada is looking for volunteers to help with calling churches in the Ottawa and surrounding area to ensure they know about the rally.



Both the House of Commons and the Senate are in full motion studying, debating and preparing to vote on C-14 (the assisted suicide legislation). The final vote in the House of Commons could be any day. The following votes in the Senate (if it passes the House of Commons) will likely be shortly after. This rally is landing at a VERY critical time and it is important that we take a strong stand for life…[Click here to read the full article].

05.18.2016 – May 18th, 2016 – Update: The Senate Could Be the Game Changer for Assisted Suicide & Join Us At Parliament June 1st for Important Rally

SenateGameChangerCTV News reported yesterday that Senators are saying that they will NOT pass the assisted suicide legislation (C-14) by the June 6th deadline. This could be great news.

There will NOT be a legislative void:
If the bill is not passed by the June 6th deadline, it could signal that the Senate may be the game changer on this issue. A slower process means that more time will be given to look at the legislation critically and allow for important debate.

Some have raised the concern that if C-14 is not passed by June 6th it will leave a legislative void and mean “anything goes” for assisted suicide in Canada. This is not true. If Bill C-14 does not pass by June 6th then the Supreme Court ruling will stand which only allows assisted suicide for “consenting adults with unbearable pain”. These parameters are actually more restrictive than C-14…[Click here to read the full article].

05.16.2016 – May 16th, 2016 – Report on a Successful March for Life and Update on Cassie and Molly’s Law Following First Hour of Debate in House of Commons

MarchforLife2016Last Thursday, the 19th annual March for Life took place in Ottawa. The event was hugely successful with an estimated 22,000 people in attendance, including a number of Members of Parliament, Senators and their families.

The primary focus was on the lack of any laws surrounding abortion in Canada with an added focus on the upcoming legislation on assisted suicide. Participants were also made aware of recent news that Canada will soon once again be funding abortions in developing countries.

This year’s overwhelming message, however, was one of encouragement for Canada’s pro-life movement as a whole to become even more politically active in the fight for the protection of our youngest, most vulnerable citizens and of the sick and elderly most at risk because of legalized assisted suicide…[Click here to read the full article].