So a bill that essentially turns children’s decisions of their own rights into a parent’s decision is now enshrined in the Alberta bill of rights.
Yeah, that's how parenting works.
Bonus ignorance:
Today Jim Prentice, the premier and leader of the Progressive Conservative party, introduced Bill 10 in response. This bill is an amendment to Bill 202 and means that if a school board or parent does not want students running a GSA they are fully in their right to refuse it.
Uh, no, Bill 10 is a separate government bill. Its timing follows Bill 202 (a private members bill) but is in no way shape or form an amendment. Meanwhile, it just establishes a longstanding legal principle that the ATA and their sodomy thugs want to deny: that the final arbiter of school systems must be the parents whose children are trapped within it.