TORONTO, Ontario, 28 January, 2013 ( – Ontario’s Liberal party has elected Kathleen Wynne as the new leader of their minority government. In her commencement speech, Wynne pledged to continue the “legacy” of former Premier Dalton McGuinty. 

“This is going to be a great government and we’re going to build on the legacy of Dalton. We’re going to build on the work that Dalton Mcguinty has done over the last nine years. Absolutely.” 

Dalton McGuinty, who proclaims to be Catholic, leaves his nine-year post with a legacy of supporting state-funded abortion-on-demand and pushing the normalization of homosexuality on schools, including Catholic schools. 


Wynne passed runner-up Sandra Pupatello on the third ballot, securing 1150 votes to Pupatello’s 866. The winning candidate required 1009 votes to win.

Wynne’s political history indicates that she is likely a perfect match to continue McGuinty’s pro-abortion and homosexualist legacy.

In the 2003 Ontario provincial election, Wynne answered the Campaign Life Coalition questionnaire on life and family issues indicating that she was strongly pro-abortion, as well as a strong supporter of homosexual ‘marriage’. 

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During her time as McGuinty’s Education Minister, Wynne made clear her mission to promote “equity” in Ontario's schools, which has included promoting acceptance of homosexuality.

As Education Minister, Wynne launched the homosexualist Equity and Inclusive Education (EIE) strategy, which was forced on Ontario’s schools by Mcguinty’s government last year. The EIE strategy encourages school boards to participate in the Gay Pride parades, use texts by homosexual authors, and introduce gay-straight alliance clubs.

In a 2011 interview with Xtra, Wynne said the education system was the “single most important” means of tackling “homophobia” among today’s youth. 

During her commencement speech, Wynne thanked her “partner Jane” for being an “integral part” of her “campaign team.”

Wynne, Ontario’s first openly lesbian cabinet minister, is now also the province’s first female premier.