On the feature interview this week, we speak with Senator Don Plett about an effort by the Bank of Montreal and more than 70 other major Canadian corporations to enforce their version of “tolerance” on their suppliers.
On the news portion, the Alberta government has backed down on a plan that would have had major implications for parental rights generally and Christian Schools in particular, while in Ontario, the questions continue about what’s in a proposed new curriculum on sex education that’s supposed to go online in September of next year.
We also have some analysis of changes made to abortion regulations in New Brunswick, and Alex Schadenberg from the Euthenasia Prevention Coalition has an update on a new effort to pass an assisted suicide bill in the Senate.
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