Happening: Nearly a year after the sex-ed flip-flop, social conservatives divided on Ontario PCs

Happening: Nearly a year after the sex-ed flip-flop, social conservatives divided on Ontario PCs

Happening: Nearly a year after the sex-ed flip-flop, social conservatives divided on Ontario PCs

It's been nearly a year since Ontario Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown came out in favour of the revised sex-ed curriculum, creating a split in his party.

Anti-sex-ed activist Queenie Yu marked the anniversary of her role in the sex-ed drama with a protest this week at PC MPP Lorne Coe's office alongside social conservative groups Parents As First Educators (PAFE) and Campaign Life . . .

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Jessica Smith Cross

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