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For Justin Trudeau, it's all about gay activism

TORONTO, July 3, 2013 ( – The Liberal leader who shocked Canadians last year by declaring he would break up the country to keep same-sex “marriage” in Quebec made good on his commitment to homosexual activism over the weekend as he pulled out all the stops for Toronto’s annual Gay Pride parade.

“The Liberal Party believes that the advancement of LGBTTQ rights is a priority and we hope you will join us in continuing this vital work,” declared Justin Trudeau in a video marking Sunday’s parade.

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Toronto District School Board opens its first co-ed washroom

TORONTO, June 18, 2013 ( – An "alternative" school dedicated to "equity" issues has opened the Toronto District School Board’s first co-ed washroom.

Intended primarily for students identifying as “transgender,” the washroom was set up after a petition by grade 8 students that cited last year’s passage of Bill 33, which enshrined protections based on "gender identity" and “gender expression” in Ontario.

The school board unveiled the washroom at City View Alternative Senior School on Friday in a sign-hanging ceremony, according to the Toronto Star.

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Scotiabank Funds Vile Explicit Sex Program for Youth

Most of the major newspapers in Toronto wrote stories this week about the sexually explicit poster placed in a grade 7 classroom for almost 7 months. 

The poster is the product of ACT (Aids Committee of Toronto) and it leads children to their website where they will find "Youth Programs - Sex A to Z" (WARNING: this link contains graphic content). This material is so vile that I cannot even describe most of it and it is funded by Scotiabank.

...Scotiabank Funds Vile Explicit Sex Program for Youth

‘Radical disaster’: Quebec pushes ahead with bill to allow doctors to kill their patients

Quebec introduced a bill yesterday that would legalize euthanasia throughout the province as “medical aid in dying.”

Bill 52, tabled by the Marois government — titled An Act respecting end-of-life care — would allow those with “an incurable serious illness” to be killed by doctors.

Life and family leaders around the country have slammed the move as paving the way to euthanasia.

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Doug Ford calls sexually explicit classroom material 'inappropriate'

TORONTO - Councillor Doug Ford was hot and bothered Wednesday over a sexually explicit brochure being pinned up in a Toronto classroom.

“It is totally inappropriate and they have to hold these folks accountable,” Ford said.

Ford’s comments came after the Toronto Sun revealed an occasional teacher at Delta alternative school pinned up brochures meant to advise gay bar and bathhouse patrons about having safe sex.

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‘I barely recognize my party’: Brent Rathgeber gives scathing assessment of Tories after quitting caucus

OTTAWA — An Alberta MP today issued a scathing assessment of his former party after quitting the Conservative caucus late Wednesday night.

Brent Rathgeber explained that he resigned after the governing party rewrote legislation designed to improve transparency about federal records and information.

“My decision to resign from the CPC caucus is because of the government’s lack of commitment to transparency and open government,” the Edmonton MP wrote.

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Toronto teacher ordered home after posting explicit safe sex materials meant for gay bars, bathhouses in classrooms

A Toronto teacher has been ordered to work from home after school board officials learned he had posted explicit materials, originally intended for gay bars and bathhouses, in the classrooms of Grade 7 and 8 students since October.

A Toronto District School Board spokesperson confirmed that the posters - part of an awareness campaign by AIDS Committee Toronto - contained the phrase "If you like to f--" in bold letters, followed by tips on how gay and bisexual men can practice safe sex. The materials also detailed steps on how to “Use your head when giving it,” which was coupled with a photo of a man’s partially exposed buttocks.

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Toronto teacher who posted graphic safe sex posters meant for gay bars back in the classroom

A Toronto teacher is back in the classroom after being removed earlier this month when school board officials took issue with a set of posters meant for gay bars and bathhouses.

The Toronto District School Board said Wade Vroom was transferred to “home assignment” after media reports surfaced that he had pinned graphic sex-ed pamphlets on a bulletin board in the back of his Grade 7 and 8 classroom.

The TDSB completed a review of the situation last week and reinstated the teacher, Wade Vroom, to his job at the Delta Alternative School in Little Italy.

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National Post Editorial Board: Stephen Harper, Canada's pro-choice activist-in-chief

A 2011 Environics poll found that 92% of Canadian respondents opposed sex-selective abortion on moral grounds. A 2012 Angus Reid poll found that about two-thirds of respondents (about half of them women) favoured laws prohibiting sex-selective abortion. While most Canadians oppose laws that would prohibit abortion entirely, a majority recognizes that killing a fetus for no other reason than its sex is wrong.

...National Post Editorial Board: Stephen Harper, Canada's pro-choice activist-in-chief

Canada lifts lifetime ban on gay men giving blood, but some restrictions remain

TORONTO - Canada is lifting the lifetime ban on blood donation by gay men, though serious restrictions will remain in place.

Canadian Blood Services says men who have not had sex with other men within the last five years will be allowed to donate blood when the new policy comes into effect this summer.

Agency executive Dr. Dana Devine acknowledges some people will feel that the deferral period is too long, but she says the agency will review it over time.

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Bill C-279 vote: Which Conservative MPs stood up for transgender rights

On Wednesday (March 20), legislation that aims to protect transgender people from discrimination took a big step toward becoming law. The House of Commons passed Bill C-279 by a vote of 149-137 at third reading, sending it on to the Senate.

Esquimalt-Juan de Fuca NDP MP Randall Garrison’s private member’s bill would add gender identity and gender expression to the prohibited grounds of discrimination in the Canadian Human Rights Act. It would also amend the Criminal Code to outlaw hate speech that advocates genocide against groups distinguished by gender, and to allow evidence that a crime was motivated by hate based on gender to be taken into account during sentencing.

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