bmoimageTORONTO – The Interim has received numerous messages about a grassroots movement responding to BMO forcing corporate supplier clients to accept the bank’s pro-gay “diversity and inclusivity” standards. Charles McVety, president of the Institute for Canadian Values, called the policy “thinly veiled discrimination against Christians” because it would require companies to accept same-sex marriage and pry into the private lives of employees to ensure compliance with BMO’s promotion of gay rights. A movement of pro-family and Christian activists is working on a campaign to have opponents of BMO’s policy to withdraw their money from the bank on March 4. One activist, who asked not to be named, said “having a critical mass of people act on one day might get the huge bank’s attention.”