From 1960 to 1980, unwed father's names were illegally removed/omitted by the Ontario government. Many parents were illegally denied the right to name the father despite the law at the time allowing them to. Father's gave their consent. Many of these people are Aboriginal adoptees who were wrongly taken from their families. The UN has now asked the Ontario government TWICE to restore these names of adoptees as it affects ...more »
Guarantee the right to a healthy environment for all Ontarians. This would guarantee that development initiatives would have to be sustainable and not at the expense of the peaceful enjoyment of ecosystems by the public.
If you are a senior, or will eventually become one, (which is pretty much all of us), be very wary about placing your trust in the eldercare systems and the legal systems in Ontario which you believe are there to protect you. I would like you to consider supporting the several proposals that I've submitted to this forum regarding the (mostly unseen) systemic abuse and discrimination many vulnerable seniors experience ...more »
Everyone should sign a contract with their employer that outlines wages and responsibilities, especially for small private businesses. I believe it will better protect workers rights.
Increase the funding for, and redevelop the thinking around housing services for people with developmental disabilities.
Driving is a necessity in North America. It is a right! No one should not be able to drive because they cannot afford auto insurance. Also I believe that auto insurance should be reduced for college and university students, since it is very hard for them the earn money while in school. Also public transit should be free for students or subsidized more.
Choice of one's religion or faith should be up to an adult to decide for him/herself after the age of 21.
No adult, (parents included), should be allowed to pressure any child regarding his/her religious beliefs, and should be held criminally accountable for imposing, or trying to impose, their religious beliefs on a child.