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The success of Canada’s first ever LGBT ‘pride’ school walkout signals hope for the future

(Campaign Life Coalition) — As you know, Canada’s education system has become a cesspool of sexual propaganda and soul-and-body-destroying ideology.

Worse still, a majority of elected school board trustees in most districts support the programming of sexual perversion into the next generation.

But just when it has never looked darker, God casts a ray of light and hope. Let me tell you a story…

In late May, a Catholic mom in southwestern Ontario phoned Campaign Life Coalition and asked if we’d be able to recruit some parents in her local area to participate with her family in what she described as “a Walk-Out” on June 1st, to protest the raising of the LGBT “Pride” flag.

You see, this “momma bear” was sick and tired of LGBT propaganda targeting her young children at school. She wanted to protect her “cubs” from the sexualized “Pride” flag, the symbol of LGBT political power which would soon hang once again over her children’s heads at their Catholic elementary school.

We liked her idea so much so, that we told her, “Forget about just your city. CLC will take your idea on ourselves, and spread it Canada-wide! Let’s try to protect all the children!”

And so, the first ever National “Pride” Flag Walk-Out Day was born.

We whipped up a simple poster and a web page to promote the protest action, and began spreading the word to families in public and Catholic schools.

It was held on Thursday, June 1st, when most schools raise the gay “Pride” flag to kick off a full month of LGBT classroom indoctrination that aims to separate children from the religious beliefs of their families and to make them enthusiastic adherents of the latest sexual revolution: gender fluidity.

Stunning results

We would have been happy if schools had a 10% absence rate, but when the numbers started coming in, we were blown away because the participation rate far surpassed anything we could have dreamed of.

Depending on the area, absence rates were a staggering 30% to 75%!

Northwood Public School in Windsor, Ontario, saw 600 out of its 800 students stay home on June 1st. That’s an incredible 75% walk-out. The really great part is that it wasn’t isolated to just one school.

The local President of the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario admitted to the CBC that multiple Windsor area schools had greater than 50% absence rates.

In Ottawa, two schools experienced a greater than 60% absence rate, and more than 40% of the desks were empty in nine other schools on the first day of so-called LGBT “Pride” Month.

In Oakville, up to 30% of students in some schools stayed home in protest of the transgender and homosexual “Pride” flag.

In London, school officials kept numbers of absences close to their chests, but admitted to the London Free Press that there were significant “absences in pockets of schools.”

In Toronto, school officials were also tight-lipped about numbers, but admitted to media that absences in some schools were “higher than normal”.

We haven’t yet received reports from other provinces or cities, but we expect that the parental rights message was sent to school board officials loud and clear there too. And that message is:

Schools must stop indoctrinating our children with LGBT propaganda! Start respecting parental rights.

Keeping the flame of rebellion alive

We mustn’t give up this momentum.

While the flame still burns, we must fan it even higher, to grow parental rebellion against transgender ideology and the sexual messaging of the LGBT “Pride” flag.

How can we do that?

‘Huge success’: Thousands of students absent from schools across Canada in protest of ‘Pride Month’

LifeSiteNews) — Thousands of students across Canada stayed home on June 1 to protest the promotion of “Pride Month” in the public education system, with one school missing 75 percent of its students, according to a top pro-family group. 

As Canadian schools celebrated the June 1 beginning of so-called “Pride Month,” thousands of students were absent nationwide, taking part in the first annual “National ‘Pride’ Flag Walk-Out Day” initiated by pro-life and pro-family organization Campaign Life Coalition (CLC).  

“The first ever National ‘Pride’ Flag Walk-Out Day was a huge success,” CLC’s director of political operations Jack Fonseca told LifeSiteNews. “The parent participation and student absence rates in many schools and parts of Canada was much higher than we had even dreamed of achieving.” 

“For instance, we’ve heard from local parents that Windsor, Ontario’s Northwood Public School saw 600 out of its 800 students stay home on June 1st. That’s a staggering 75% walk-out.” 

Mainstream media outlets have also reported mass absences. However, most schools have been reluctant to report exact numbers of the missing students

Mario Spagnuolo, local president of the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario, refused to give numbers but admitted to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) that multiple schools experienced over 50 percent absence rates. 

Similarly, two Ottawa schools had over 60 percent of their students stay home, while nine other schools were missing over 40 percent of students.  

Schools in Oakville reported up to 30 percent of students staying home. While Toronto school officials were also unwilling to report numbers, they admitted to media that absences in some schools were “higher than normal” on June 1.  

In London, school officials also refused to disclose the numbers of absences but told the London Free Press that there were significant “absences in pockets of schools.” 

“We haven’t yet received reports from other provinces or cities, but we’re confident that a loud message was sent to school board officials there, too,” Fonseca asserted. “And that message is, ‘We don’t want schools indoctrinating our children with LGBT propaganda. Stop indoctrinating them. Start respecting our parental rights.’” 

He revealed that some parents plan to keep their children home from school for another week or even the whole month to protest the promotion of the LGBT agenda to children.  

“I think that’s a great idea, and CLC is encouraging parents across Canada to do the same,” Fonseca declared. “Let the woke educators and the woke school trustees know that you reject the LGBT lobby’s flag of conquest hanging over your children’s heads.” 

“By that empty desk, show them you refuse to accept the LGBT lobby’s claim of ownership on the heart, mind, and soul of your son, daughter, or grandchild,” he said.  

Canadians are increasingly standing up to LGBT activists and have experienced major victories in the past months. In May, hundreds of students, reportedly predominantly Muslim, stayed home when their London, Ontario, schools flew the “pride” flag.   

Also in May, pro-LGBT school trustee Wendy Ashby resigned from the Waterloo Catholic District School Board after over 3,000 parents petitioned for her removal.  

Last week, trustees in the York Catholic District School Board voted against flying the “Pride” flag atop of its schools and other buildings in celebration of “Pride Month.”