The Liberal Party of Canada steadfastly believes in LGBTQ2 rights and women’s rights, and sees Canada’s diversity as our greatest strength.
But Conservative leader Erin O’Toole has an important decision to make: Will he stand up for the rights of all Canadians, or condone the politics of hate within his own caucus?
Conservative MP Derek Sloan has:
- Compared women’s rights to control their own bodies to ‘slavery’
- Supported the cruel and discredited practice of anti-gay conversion therapy
- Attacked the loyalties of Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer and accused her of working for China
- And much more
Erin O’Toole needs to show leadership by removing Conservative MP Derek Sloan from his caucus, and refusing to sign his nomination papers as a Conservative candidate.
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