Elton Robinson writes: "I was shocked by a couple of things, one being that the current elected Trustees all agreed with the practice of keeping secrets from parents." I followed two "story time with drag queens" events at Surrey schools and no parent I talked to in the parking lot had a clue about the events. Parents are being hoodwinked because school officials know what they themselves are doing is wrong. There needs to be a parent revolt. I'm doing my part as a grandparent!

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Who gave these schoolboards authority to interfere in families and divide children and parents? Why isn't this being raised in the provincial legislature?

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Today, all the teachers in my school had sexual health training....I actually thought it was sexual health training but it was not.....it was transgender health training....a teacher came and told me that they are NOT to refer to any of the strudents (we are in elem school) as female or male...terms such as estrogen producing for females, etc. is to now be used as per the Ministry of Truth....

“Don't you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thought-crime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it. Every concept that can ever be needed will be expressed by exactly one word, with its meaning rigidly defined and all its subsidiary meanings rubbed out and forgotten. . . . The process will still be continuing long after you and I are dead. Every year fewer and fewer words, and the range of consciousness always a little smaller. Even now, of course, there's no reason or excuse for committing thought-crime. It's merely a question of self-discipline, reality-control. But in the end there won't be any need even for that. . . . Has it ever occurred to you, Winston, that by the year 2050, at the very latest, not a single human being will be alive who could understand such a conversation as we are having now?” ― George Orwell

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JK - Prompt:

What are the steps needed to reform The School Act in Canada and propose

changes that better represent traditional age appropriate values from K-12?

ChatGPT - Answer:

Reforming the School Act in Canada and proposing changes to better represent traditional

age-appropriate values from K-12 would involve a comprehensive process that includes

several key steps. Please note that while I can provide a general outline, the specific

requirements and procedures may vary depending on the province or territory in Canada

where the reform is being proposed. Here are the general steps you can consider:

1. Research and identify concerns: Start by conducting thorough research to understand the

current provisions of the School Act, as well as the concerns and criticisms surrounding it.

Identify specific areas where you believe age-appropriate values are not adequately


2. Consult with stakeholders: Engage in discussions with various stakeholders, including

educators, parents, students, community members, and educational experts. Gather their

perspectives on the existing system and their recommendations for changes that would

better align with traditional age-appropriate values.

3. Develop a proposal: Based on your research and stakeholder consultations, develop a

detailed proposal outlining the specific changes you wish to make to the School Act. This

proposal should clearly articulate the goals, objectives, and rationale for the proposed


4. Seek legal advice: Consult with legal experts or professionals familiar with education law

to ensure your proposed changes align with the legal framework and constitutional rights in

Canada. They can help identify any potential legal issues or challenges that may arise.

5. Engage with policymakers: Reach out to elected officials, such as Members of Parliament

(MPs) or Members of the Legislative Assembly (MLAs), responsible for education policy in

your province or territory. Schedule meetings to present your proposal, explain its merits,

and address any concerns or questions they may have.

6. Build public support: Garner public support for your proposed changes by engaging with

local media, organizing public meetings or forums, and utilizing social media platforms.

Educate the public about the importance of age-appropriate values in education and how

your proposed reforms address these concerns.

7. Collaborate with advocacy groups: Partner with advocacy groups or organizations that

share similar objectives and have experience in educational reform. Their support and

expertise can enhance your efforts and amplify your message.

8. Draft legislation: Work with legal professionals or policymakers to draft the actual

legislation that incorporates your proposed changes. Ensure that the language used is clear,

concise, and aligned with the legal requirements.

9. Lobby for support: Meet with policymakers, advocacy groups, and other relevant

stakeholders to seek their support for the proposed legislation. Address any concerns,

modify the legislation if necessary, and gather endorsements to strengthen your case.

10. Present the legislation: Once your proposal has gained sufficient support, work with a

sympathetic legislator to introduce the legislation in the appropriate legislative body, such as

the provincial or territorial parliament or legislature.

11. Advocate for passage: Engage in lobbying efforts to persuade other legislators to support

and vote in favor of the legislation. Highlight the benefits of the proposed changes and

address any concerns raised during the legislative process.

12. Monitor and support implementation: If the legislation is passed, monitor its

implementation to ensure that the intended changes are effectively put into practice. Provide

support and guidance to educators and schools during the transition period, if necessary.

Remember that the process of reforming education legislation can be complex and

time-consuming. It requires perseverance, collaboration, and broad-based support to

achieve meaningful changes that align with traditional age-appropriate values.

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Please if you are reading this article, 1st thing thank you for taking time to read, 2nd please get as many signatures as you are able, we need this policy across Ontario fixed to include parents, with your help we will be able to make this happen

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Disgusting child grooming in elementary schools and high schools. I thank God my kids are teens and weren’t exposed to this indoctrination. The next generation of Kids are going to be so lost. It’s never a good thing to have schools withholding information from parents. Need a signature for a field trip but it isn’t necessary to help a kid transition at school?

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Excuse me!!! Whos giving staff or teacher consent to talk to students??? who the hell are the teacher to reveal the identity of the students to parents. Its always been parents right to give consent to the staff about the students!!!!

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This is really enlightening. Thank you. I would like to see this petition go far and wide. Most parents have zero idea that their rights as parents have been subordinated to the cause of 'confidentiality', and it is the moral duty of the school boards holding these policies to positively inform parents of this fact. That is, if the boards wish to operate within democratic norms.

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