IMFC: 10 things parents need to know about Ontario sex-ed

Watch this excellent summary video about the Ontario sex-ed curriculum created by the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada. 10 Things Parents Need to Know About the New Sex Ed What exactly is wrong with Ontario’s new sex ed curriculum? Watch our rundown and see: Posted by Institute of Marriage and Family Canada on Thursday, 15 October 2015

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Buy Treadmills Online At Best Prices In India

Buying a treadmill for home use is a great way to get an everyday workout. A good jog on the treadmill in the morning increases your oxygen intake and puts your metabolism on a high. The health benefits of this exercise are enormous. In our treadmill buying guide, we listed all the factors that you should know about treadmills. If you haven’t read that, we would suggest that you read it and get a better idea of how to evaluate a treadmill. Even after knowing Continue reading →

Watch new episode “Over-exposed” on Context with Lorna Dueck

Be sure to watch a coming episode of Context with Lorna Dueck called “Over Exposed” – a focus on sex education. Featured on the show are both sides of the argument. Included in the discussion are Jack Fonseca, Campaign Life Coalition, and P.E.A.C.E. leader Carrie Praill (Sarnia ON). Jack presents the facts in a debate and offers a Muslim faith perspective. In the second segment Carrie does a fantastic job of communicating the positive influence P.E.A.C.E. is having in communities where the church is involved in schools.  Continue reading →

Sensitive Sex Ed Will Be Taught in Schools: What Should Faith Parents Do?

After many parent group protests, the new, sensitive sex ed curriculum will be taught in Ontario public schools. Teacher training sessions have been happening and implementation will happen in the New Year. P.E.A.C.E. research clearly shows that Comprehensive Sex Education does not lead to improved health and could negatively influence children to make decisions that compromise their faith – unless parents get involved. What should parents do, and will the school board respond? The good news is the Ministry of Education and their legal counsel Continue reading →

Britain no longer a Christian country, and it’s time to rid public life of Anglicanism, panel says

John Bingham and Steven Swinford, The Telegraph | December 6, 2015 LONDON — Britain is no longer a Christian country and should stop acting as if it is, a top-level inquiry into the place of religion in society has concluded, provoking a backlash from politicians and the Church of England. A two-year commission, chaired by the former senior judge Baroness Butler-Sloss and involving leading religious leaders of all faiths, calls for public life to be systematically de-Christianized. It says the decline of church-going and the Continue reading →

Organization wants to work with schools

By Trevor Terfloth, Chatham Daily News Parents with concerns over the province’s new sexual education curriculum should not only work with schools, but also talk with their children, says a speaker and former educator. Phil Lees, president and founder of P.E.A.C.E. (Public Education Advocates for Christian Equity) Ontario, gave a presentation to more than 100 people at Gregory Drive Alliance Church on Thursday. He provided a rundown of the curriculum, set to be introduced in September, noting that some of the material isn’t age-appropriate or Continue reading →

Loyola Supreme Court Decision: Parental rights and religious freedom upheld

After 12 months of deliberation, the Supreme Court of Canada released its decision this morning in Loyola High School v. Quebec (Attorney General), upholding religious freedom first for the Loyola Jesuit school but also more broadly for all who seek to apply their faith to the education of their children.

Barbara Kay: Ontario’s new sex ed curriculum teaches young children too much, too soon

Barbara Kay, The National Post In Ecclesiastes it is written, “There is a time for everything, and a season for everything under the sun … a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing. …” One does not have to be Christian or even religious to appreciate the anger that fuelled objections in the first go-around of the Ontario sex ed debate in 2009, enough to block its launch. It is bubbling up anew as the province’s Ministry of Education finally launches the Continue reading →