Americans, Britons and Canadians Disagree on Sex Education

By: Angus Reid Public Opinion [NEW YORK – Nov. 30, 2011] – People in the United States, Britain and Canada hold differing views on the topics that should be addressed in sex education courses at school, a new Angus Reid Public Opinion poll has found. In the online survey of representative national samples, a majority of respondents in the three countries believe the parents or guardians should be primarily responsible for teaching sex education to children and teens. Two thirds of Canadians (69%) and Britons Continue reading →

Hamilton Parent Launches Law Suit

Things are really beginning to heat up here in the province. The Hamilton School Board has been served with a law suit from a family that used our document to communicate their faith and were told they do not have the right to know when curriculum conflicts with their values. This is most unusual for Hamilton Board has accepted hundreds of these forms for more than 4 years, and has adopted a religious accommodation policy that includes accommodating for sensitive curriculum issues. Hamilton dad takes Continue reading →

Mask off: Canadians now warning Americans

You are summoned to a tribunal where you cannot have a defense lawyer and you cannot record the proceedings nor have a witness present. The people judging and prosecuting you have no legal qualifications. The accusation is ambiguous, having to do with ideas the state does not like. The penalties could include fines equal to several thousands of dollars, public recanting and rehabilitation classes.” Sound unthinkable? Unfortunately, it is all too real.

Ontario Parent Alert

Ontario Parents – school curriculum introduces students to content from which faith communities must abstain. Click here to read more (Word Document) (Updated October 2nd 2012)

Respond to Bill 13 (Biased) Schools Act

Bill 13 is intended to change the traditional norms and values of society, including “correcting” traditional cultures and faiths that teach limits on sexual expression and activity. The legislation uses three strategies to achieve this: Clubs that promote this message Curriculum that affirms sexual alternatives, all grades, all subjects Forcing faith groups, that rent school facilities, to operate using the Ontario code of ethics   To download the complete pdf document, click here