Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Ontario Catholic teachers’ union campaigns for pro-abort NDP candidate

New Democrat MP Peggy Nash
TORONTO, August 19, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) -- A Toronto branch of the province’s powerful union of 50,000 Catholic teachers has decided that the Conservative government “should be defeated in the upcoming election” and will go door knocking later this month to support NDP candidates, including one woman who is known for being zealously pro-abortion.

The Toronto Secondary Unit of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association (OECTA) announced in its recent newsletter that it will be campaigning for NDP candidates August 29, including outspoken abortion advocate Peggy Nash.

“On Saturday, August 29th volunteers will be knocking on doors in the ridings of Toronto Centre, Parkdale – High Park and York South – Weston to canvass for NDP candidates Linda McQuaig, Peggy Nash and Michael Sullivan,” Toronto Secondary Unit OECTA President Dave Szollosy stated in an August newsletter.

While the NDP is explicitly pro-abortion with leader Tom Mulcair making it clear last year that pro-life candidates will not be admitted into the party’s ranks, some members such as Nash are particularly activist on the issue.  (more...)

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