Monthly Archives: March 2018


Educator’s book helps parents counter Ontario sex-ed

My Child, My Chance: Guarding and Guiding Your Child’s Identity In the Chaos of Culture and Sex Education by Susan Zuidema (242 pages, $18.87) A Christian, public elementary school teacher, with assistance from an employee in the health care industry, has published a timely book in response to Ontario’s controversial sex ed curriculum. Written by Ontario educator Susan Zuidema with editorial assistance [...]

2018-03-22T18:27:37-04:00March 22, 2018|Book Review, Marriage and Family|

Granic Allen wins PC leadership debate

Tanya Granic Allen was declared the winner of the Feb. 15 Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership debate on TVO after she took on the legacy of former leader Patrick Brown, focused on policies, and directly challenged the record of presumptive frontrunner Christine Elliott. Punditis declared Tanya Granic Allen the debate winner because she articulated a clear vision of her agenda and spoke [...]

2018-03-22T18:41:56-04:00March 2, 2018|Announcements, Features, Politics|

‘America’s pastor’ Billy Graham dead at 99

Evangelist Billy Graham Evangelist Billy Graham passed away Feb. 21, with no cause of death officially disclosed. Born in a Charlotte, North Carolina farmhouse in 1918, William Franklin Graham would become the most famous Christian evangelist in the world, preaching to hundreds of millions of Christians in the United States and abroad beginning in the 1940s. Over six decades – [...]

Pro-life, parental rights candidate shakes up Ontario PC race

Tanya Granic Allen Tanya Granic Allen, a 37-year-old mother of four children and former president of the parents’ rights group Parents As First Educators, announced on Feb. 8, that she intended to run for the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party leadership. In an email to PAFE supporters, Granic Allen resigned from the parental rights group in order to run. “I’m stepping [...]

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