Angry mob of abortion activists at Toronto’s March for Life showed their true colours

By Jonathon Van Maren Across the country yesterday, Canadians marched to mourn fifty years of legal abortion and to renew our collective commitment to fight on. Nearly 10,000 people marched on Parliament Hill, triggering a new round of fervent declarations of support for abortion from Justin Trudeau’s Liberals. Four hundred more rallied at Queen’s Park…

Despite some disappointments, the Ford goverment’s new curriculum is a victory for parents

By Jonathon Van Maren Last week Friday, Ontario Minister of Education Lisa Thompson announced some of the much-anticipated changes to the provincial curriculum, and as expected, there is good news and bad news. Minister Thompson specifically addressed many of the concerns voiced by parents about the existing Wynne curriculum, as well as noting changes to…

What the liberal response to Sam Oosterhoff’s election tells us about hateful rhetoric in politics

By Jonathon Van Maren As most of you will know by now, 19-year-old Sam Oosterhoff became the youngest-ever Member of Provincial Parliament in Ontario’s history last night. An overnight political sensation, the media first noticed Oosterhoff when he beat Patrick Brown’s personal pick, Progressive Conservative Party leader Rick Dykstra, for the nomination, and immediately began…