Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Kathleen Wynne is ‘absolutely rigid’ on imposing sex-ed, parents say after meeting

Gwen Landolt answers media questions following April 29 meeting with
Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne, as Jotvinder Sodhi, Lorraine La Vigne
and Maggie Amin look on.
TORONTO, April 29, 2015 ( -- Kathleen Wynne is refusing to budge on her plan to implement a controversial sex-education in Ontario’s publicly funded schools this fall, say a group of parents who asked the Liberal premier Wednesday to withdraw the curriculum in a private meeting.

Gwen Landolt, one of the six-member delegation who met with Wynne April 29, said after the closed-door meeting that the premier was “implacable…absolutely rigid” and a “wrecking ball” determined to “impose her will” on the parents of Ontario.

But the parents are not backing down either.

Speaking at an informal press conference outside Queen’s Park, the six vowed Ontario parents will keep fighting an odious curriculum they say will incalculably harm their children by exposing them to explicit sexual information far too early.  (more...)

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