Catholic Board to vote tonight on flying Pride flag in Oakville, Burlington and Milton
The Pride Flag could be soon flying high at local catholic schools in Oakville, Burlington and Milton.
A motion to fly the flag has been brought forth by Burlington trustee Brenda Agnew and is scheduled to be voted on at tonight’s Halton Catholic District School Board meeting.
The motion, titled the “supporting our diverse school community, is asking that the catholic board requires all schools to fly the rainbow flag starting this June.
They are also requiring that more events be done that focus on inclusivity and equity and that all schools have safe space posters to ensure students are supported in the 2SLGBTQ+ community.
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