Campaign Life celebrates end of Wynne’s reign of terror, welcomes brighter future under Doug Ford
Toronto, June 7, 2018 – Campaign Life Coalition congratulates Doug Ford and the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario for winning a majority government after 15 years of Liberal rule.
“We remain optimistic that Premier Doug Ford will uphold his campaign promises to repeal and replace Kathleen Wynne’s radical sex-ed curriculum as an ‘early priority’ in his administration,” said Jim Hughes, National President of Campaign Life Coalition. “Additionally we look forward to working with the new government on realizing some of Ford’s leadership campaign promises which included conscience protection legislation for medical practitioners, measures to protect free speech on campus, and free votes on private members bills on social issues like parental consent for abortion.”
“Thousands of pro-life and pro-family Ontarians got involved in this election campaign through their volunteerism, donations, and voter recruitment amongst friends, relatives and church members,” said Jeff Gunnarson, Vice-President, Campaign Life Coalition. “Hundreds of thousands voted PC because of Ford’s overtures to socially conservative minded voters. Now we wait for Premier Ford to prove that he is a man of his word.”
Campaign Life Coalition congratulates all the pro-life and pro-family candidates who we identified and worked with in winning a seat in the Ontario Legislature. We are delighted that Kathleen Wynne’s ideological war against parental rights and family values is finally over, and we’re confident these new MPPs will help Premier Ford steer the province in a more family-friendly direction.
About Campaign Life Coalition
Campaign Life Coalition is a national, non-profit organization involved in political action and advocacy for legal and cultural change in Canada with respect to protecting human life and the family. It is non-partisan and encourages voting based on principles, not party. CLC published a 2018 Ontario Election Voters Guide here.For more information visit www.campaignlifecoalition.com.