TORONTO – The Opposition says it won’t let Ontario’s Liberal government “change the channel” on allegations of bribery in a Sudbury byelection with the new sex education curriculum.
The first update to the curriculum in 17 years was released before question period Monday, but the government did not face a single query on it from either the Progressive Conservatives or New Democrats.
Interim PC Leader Jim Wilson says the Liberals rushed out the curriculum after they came under increased fire over Elections Ontario’s findings that there was “an apparent” violation of a bribery section of the Elections Act.
Wilson says Premier Kathleen Wynne said last week it would be weeks before the revised sex-ed curriculum would be released, but then the Liberals decided it could help take the focus “off their scandals” now.
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