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Canada has its own rainbow poppy controversy now: PostMil claims Manitoba school tried to force students to wear them; HuffPo says school denies it

07 Nov

Not sure who / what to believe, but anyway:

BREAKING: Students suspended from Canadian high school for refusing to wear rainbow poppy

 

The Post Millennial

50 mins ago

EXCLUSIVE: Girl suspended for rejecting rainbow poppy speaks out

 

The Post Millennial

1 hour ago

 

Teachers Did Not Ask Students To Wear ‘Rainbow Poppies’: Manitoba School’s Board

 

HuffPost Canada

2 hours ago

What is certain is the girl got suspended for expressing her opinion in posters against these rainbow poppies, but the school doesn’t want to discuss it…

In Britain, the rainbow poppy is a thing…

 

7 responses to “Canada has its own rainbow poppy controversy now: PostMil claims Manitoba school tried to force students to wear them; HuffPo says school denies it

  1. Gerry T. Neal

    November 7, 2019 at 11:50 pm

    I just signed the Rebel Media’s petition on this. I’m tempted to drive out to the school – Stonewall is just outside of Winnipeg – and give them a piece of my mind in person.

     
  2. info

    November 8, 2019 at 3:25 am

    Those sodomites desire to defile. Just as how for the men of sodom despite having each other lusted after the holy angels sent to destroy the city. Letting not even blindness to stop them.

     
  3. feeriker

    November 8, 2019 at 8:35 am

    What are the options in Canada for private schooling/homeschooling? It’s clearly time to give Canadian public schools the heave-ho.

     
    • Will S.

      November 9, 2019 at 12:01 am

      It’s very much an option, and many Christian families take it. Or private Christian, Reformed-church-affiliated schools.

      I can’t imagine putting my own kids through the indoctrination centres that public schools have become.

       

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