HAMILTON, November 24, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — A Christian father has lost his appeal in a landmark parental rights case that pitted him against his public school board, the province of Ontario, and the elementary teachers’ union for his attempts to protect his children from possible LGBTQ indoctrination at school.
In a decision released Wednesday, the Ontario Court of Appeal threw out Steve Tourloukis’s case, citing lack of evidence that the school board actually interfered with his ability to bring up his son and daughter in his Greek Orthodox faith.
Tourloukis sued the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board five years ago after it refused his request for advance notice of how and when his children would be taught about sensitive topics, notably homosexuality, abortion, and gender identity, so he could pull them from class if necessary.
A bunch of insufferable libs got together in Chicago November 4th (I guess that was the day of their “revolution”?), and surprise, surprise. They had no idea what they were talking about.
I sure hope Pride‘s organizers are proud of themselves.
The organization’s 2017 audited financial statements — on the agenda of Wednesday’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) — show Pride Toronto likely took a major financial hit this year over the controversial decision to ban cops from marching in the June 25 parade.
The statements show the organization lost a whopping $1.3 million and was forced to eat up all of its $848,124 surplus — accumulated over the past several years — to bring the deficit down to a still problematic $458,209.
Tax Payers should not be forced to subsidize this unnecessary display.
Justin Trudeau will rise in the House of Commons on Nov. 28 to offer a historic apology to Canadians who were criminally prosecuted or dismissed from the military or public service because they were gay.
The Prime Minister’s apology is expected to be the most comprehensive ever offered by any national government for past persecution of sexual minorities.
You only have to look to the countries that have already redefined the institution to get an idea. Here are twelve examples.
(I ripped this meme off of SDA. Sorry.)
A lot of the comments suggest that interference is a no-no.
A legal group is ready to launch a Charter challenge to the Alberta NDP government’s radical “gay-straight alliance” bill when it becomes law.
“It’s a breach of the public trust for government to knowingly pass legislation which is unconstitutional,” says Jay Cameron, lawyer for the Calgary-based Justice Center for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF).
“And this law is clearly unconstitutional.”
Rick Mercer – Official Homosexual of the CBC
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A federal official has raised concern over a rainbow-colored crosswalk honoring the LGBT community in Lexington, Kentucky, on the grounds that it’s a distracting safety hazard and should be eliminated.
A nonbinding referendum conducted by mail found 61.6 percent of Australians in favor of allowing gay couples to wed. Even though the measure was expected to be approved, the size of the win and the unusually large participation of 12.7 million Australians out of the 16 million eligible voters added to its political legitimacy.
Holy Ghost Primary School blasted for blunder said to offend same-sex couples.
Office of Schools Adjudicator said it was in breach of School Admissions Code.
It also left just one space on school form for parents’ chosen place of worship.
“It’s clear they want to cow me into silence, but do not fear, friends. I won’t succumb to that.”
“To boldly go where no man has gone before.”
During her career as an Alberta teacher and school counsellor, Suzanne Tiemstra has worked to support safe spaces for LGBTQ youth.
Over the years and across schools, the stories of heartache she heard from students were always the same, she told a rally in support of gay-straight alliances in downtown Calgary on Sunday.
An evangelical Christian couple have filed a court application alleging the province discriminated against them based on their religious beliefs by rejecting their application to adopt a child.
The Edmonton couple — whose are identified only by initials in court documents — allege an initial recommendation they be allowed to adopt was revoked after “interference” by the Ministry of Children’s Services, and that they were told their religious beliefs related to gender and sexuality were contrary to the “official position of the Alberta government.”
Then there’s this…
‘SATAN IN A BABY GROW’ Gay Dad ‘branded daughter the devil before murdering her just two weeks after he adopted her’
Blokes would not be able to deliver the baby naturally, but could give birth by cesarean.
Science gone mad. Ask yourself, “Why would they pursue this?”