Did they really call him a bigot?
A Conservative Senator was accused this week of being a “bigot” simply for requesting adequate time to study and prepare speaking notes for debating Bill C-16, the Trudeau government’s “transgender rights” bill that we informed you about in a recent email.
The bill amends the Canadian Human Rights Act to add “gender identity” and “gender expression” to the list of prohibited grounds of discrimination, and also amends the Criminal Code to add “gender identity” and “gender expression” to the list of protections in the Code.
If C-16 is passed, individuals who disagree with or don’t subscribe to gender theory could face criminal charges. If passed, it will have an impact on freedom of speech, as well as having implications for families, children and parental rights.
Dr. Jordan Peterson, a University of Toronto professor has been sounding the alarm over this bill for several months now.
This bill was rushed through the House of Commons last fall without any public hearings. Now, attempts are being made to rush it through the Senate, via ugly mudslinging tactics like calling a Senator a bigot.
Bill C-16, Dr. Jordan Peterson, and you
Have you heard of C-16, the transgender bill?
It’s that piece of legislation brought forward by the Trudeau Liberals as one of their priorities when they came to power.
In a nutshell, if Bill C-16 is passed, Canada will become hostile to anyone who disagrees with or doesn’t subscribe to “gender theory.”
The bill amends the Canadian Human Rights Act to add “gender identity” and “gender expression” to the list of prohibited grounds of discrimination, and also amends the Criminal Code to add “gender identity” and “gender expression” to the list of protections in the Code.Read more
Wynne's latest attack on the family
Whenever the Kathleen Wynne government mentions these words my parental rights radar goes into overdrive.
With Ontario’s Bill 89 -Supporting Children, Youth and Families Act, Kathleen Wynne is attempting to erode parental authority over their children once more.
The bill seeks to amend and repeal the Child and Family Services Act and make amendments to other acts. These acts relate to matters dealing with child protection (Children's Aid Society etc.), foster, and adoption services.
I've read the Bill, and the related Acts, and I've conferred with other concerned and like-minded parties. Here's why we all should be concerned about Bill 89:
And meanwhile in the U.S....
A new bill in California promises to protect children’s rights, but in reality it undertakes to destroy parental rights and let the state take over and raise the children.
While Ontario chips away at parental rights via Kathleen Wynne’s s/x-ed agenda, California is going for broke with a “Trojan Horse” bill, the “Bill of Rights for the Children and Youth of California” (S.B 18).
California's S.B 18 is an insidious challenge to parental rights reminiscent of the Named Person Scheme in Scotland. It uses protecting children as a pretense for the state to take control of the children.
Even Federal leadership candidates are paying attention
Patrick Brown’s latest blunder—the very public muzzling of MPP Rick Nicholls as I explained to you last Thursday—has caught the attention of candidates for the leadership of the federal Conservative Party as an example of how not to be a conservative.
Leadership candidate and Saskatchewan MP Brad Trost criticized Patrick Brown’s muzzling of social conservatives in the Ontario PC party, saying that, “Patrick Brown seems to have embraced the liberal narrative that the only way conservatives can win is if they act like liberals.” Trost calls this is a “losing strategy.”Read more
Can we believe anything that Patrick Brown says? All politicians are under scrutiny by the media and voters over what they say and what they actually do, but in the curious case of Patrick Brown, scrutiny has become general disbelief.Read more
Queenie Yu (余婷婷) was born in Toronto and lived in Scarborough for 20 years. Her mother and father immigrated to Canada from Hong Kong and China, respectively. They worked in factories and restaurants, and saved everything in order to support their three daughters through university. Queenie’s strong work ethic and dedication to family values comes from her parents. She earned a BES at the University of Waterloo and an MBA from the University of Ottawa before beginning a career in marketing, sales and fundraising.Read more