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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne promotes the province's explicit sex-ed revamp at a press conference January 26 with 13-year-olds Lia Valente and Tessa Hill.Ontario Liberal Party / Flickr

Here at LifeSiteNews, we’ve been giving extensive coverage in the last couple months to the Ontario government’s new sex-ed program, trying to rally a movement against this explicit agenda.

But we’ve been following this issue closely since the first curriculum was released in 2010. In fact, we broke the story about the curriculum in 2010 a full month before other media covered it and it became a major controversy that prompted then-Premier Dalton McGuinty to pull it.

To make it easier for you to access all of our coverage on the issue, and stay on top of new developments, we’re maintaining a special page where you can find all of our most recent articles.

You can find all of our pieces on the Ontario sex-ed curriculum here, with the most recent pieces at the top.

Of all the articles we’ve written recently, I would highlight especially these three:

Also, we have a launched a petition to oppose the program, which has already been signed by nearly 63,000 people. If you haven’t done so already, you can sign the petition here.

Find a full listing of LifeSiteNews' coverage of the Ontario government's explicit sex-ed program here.