Controversial evangelical leader in lock-step with Ford on sex-ed changes - 2018-07-13
TORONTO— A prominent evangelical leader says he agrees with Premier Doug Ford's approach to repealing a modernized sex-ed curriculum and it's in keeping with the advice he gave Ford.
Charles McVety, the president of the Canadian Christian College, was in attendance for the first throne speech of the Ford government on Thursday afternoon. He was one of the few quests invited to sit on the floor of the house while the speech was read.
McVety has been a very public opponent of the province's sex-ed curriculum, introduced by the previous Liberal government, and repealing it was one of the Ford government's first acts.