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TORONTO, August 28, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) — On Wednesday, September 2nd, Ontario parents will hold protests in 107 ridings across the province demanding that their local MPP work to repeal the Liberal government’s radical sex-ed curriculum which is to be implemented this upcoming school year.

“Wynne’s total disregard for the concerns of hundreds of thousands of parents is completely unacceptable and if she doesn’t want to listen to parents, hopefully the Members of Provincial Parliament who represent them will,” said Christina Liu, a mom and President of the Parents Alliance of Ontario.  “It’s time for the Wynne Liberal government to respect parent’s authority as primary educators and to drop its plan to foist this unpopular, age-inappropriate and overly explicit school program on our children,” said Jack Fonseca, rally coordinator for Campaign Life Coalition. 

Who: Parents and other concerned citizens, from all walks of life will join this historic demonstration which has been organized by member groups of The Canadian Families Alliance, including Campaign Life Coalition, GTA Parents Association, Muslim Moms Empowerment Network, My Child My Choice, Parents as First Educators, Polish-Canadian Parents Association of Canada, Real Women of Canada, Thorncliffe Parents Association, United Hindu Congress of Canada, and many others.

When: Wednesday, September 2, from 11am-12 noon

Where: The objective is to protest at every MPP’s constituency office across Ontario. So far, the target is on track with 91 offices covered and more to come.

Why: To demand that each MPP work to repeal the Wynne governments radical sex-ed program and to encourage MPPs to stand up for parental rights.  More details are available at www.campaignlifecoalition.com/sexedprotests

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