People gathered at city hall on Monday evening to discuss changes in the Ontario sex-ed curriculum.
The forum was hosted by the Limestone secondary and elementary school teachers’ unions and featured a board made up of politicians, educators and parents.
Many at the event expressed concerns about the PC government’s decision to revert to a 20-year-old sex-ed curriculum for 2018.
“This new curriculum I fully credit with my children being happy and healthy and able to come out and transition because of the support they received from their principals,” said a woman in the crowd.
The 2015 curriculum updated by the previous Liberal government, was scrapped by Doug Ford’s new PC government for this year, and will be replaced by the curriculum first instated in Ontario in 1998.
Reverting back to the