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Side-by-Side Survey Responses in the Riding of Grand Erie District School Board [2018 Ontario Election]
Number to elect: 4

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incumbent incumbent
Nicholas Archer
Greg Anderson
Carol Ann Sloat
Colleen Goupil
Pro-life, pro-familyposition unknownposition unknownEducable
Rating by CLC:
1. Do you agree that parents, not the state, have the inherent right of primacy in education of children? --No ResponseNo ResponseYes
2. Will you defend the inherent right of parents to be notified in advance regarding any lesson, speaker or presentation involving controversial issues such as abortion, contraception and homosexuality? --no responseno responseYes
3. Do you agree that parents should have the right to withdraw their children from classroom lessons or presentations involving controversial issues such as abortion, contraception and homosexuality? --no responseno responseYes
CLC RATING COMMENTS: Mr. Archer is known by CLC to be pro-life-and-f...

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No response to CLC's 2014 election questionnaire.

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No response to CLC's 2010 or 2014 election ques...

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2018 trustee candidate. Colleen ran for electio...

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incumbent incumbent
John Bradford
Susan Gibson
David Dean
Julie Bridgen
evaluation pendingposition unknownNot supportableNot supportable
Rating by CLC:
1. Do you agree that parents, not the state, have the inherent right of primacy in education of children? Yes (per statement to CLC supporter)survey not sentToo simplistic to answer Yes or No. It depends on the values in question…no response
2. Will you defend the inherent right of parents to be notified in advance regarding any lesson, speaker or presentation involving controversial issues such as abortion, contraception and homosexuality? no responsesurvey not sentAgain, too simplistic for yes or no. The Ontario curriculum needs to be followed and implemented with sensitivity on controversial issues. Good communication is at the heart of the question.no response
3. Do you agree that parents should have the right to withdraw their children from classroom lessons or presentations involving controversial issues such as abortion, contraception and homosexuality? Yes (per statement to CLC supporter)survey not sentDepends on age of the child. While I share some of your concerns about the effectiveness and suitability of parts of the curriculum, I still cannot answer yes or no. I do not regard contraception or homosexuality as controversial when they are presented for information rather than advocacy purposes.Yes (per statement to CLC supporter)
CLC RATING COMMENTS:

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CLC's 2018 survey not sent.

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Although his answers to CLC's questionnaire sho...

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Ms. Bridgen describes herself as an LGBTQ Panse...

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