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Ontario Catholic Student Asserts Independent Right to Appeal School Suspensions for Gender Ideology Protest

Josh Alexander, a 17-year-old Catholic high school student from Ontario, has successfully obtained the right to appeal his suspensions from school. The Ontario Superior Court of Justice ruled that Mr. Alexander had withdrawn from parental control, allowing him to bring his own case against St. Joseph’s Catholic High School and the Renfrew County Catholic District School Board. The suspensions were imposed on him for expressing his Christian beliefs, particularly his protest against allowing transgender individuals to use the girls’ washroom. Despite his parents’ support, the school board attempted to prevent Mr. Alexander from appealing on his own behalf. As a result, he had to go to court to be declared independent from parental control. The court decision confirmed Mr. Alexander’s independent status, stating that it is not within a court’s right to dictate a family’s structure. The school board will now face a panel of three to determine whether to confirm or overturn the suspensions. Mr. Alexander, supported by Liberty Coalition Canada, is determined to stand up for his beliefs and proceed with the appeals.

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