Schools, COVID and mental health: Saskatchewan parents are speaking up

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Saskatchewan parents are tired of being told they don't have the authority to choose what is right for their kids. They say adding more COVID restrictions to kids' activities and schooling is harming kids and moving them in the wrong direction.

That's why some parents near the small town of Warman have organized themselves into a public interest activist group that was started on Facebook by a concerned local mom, Nadine Ness. Now they are making appearances in front of school boards. They are reminding trustees that it is their responsibility to contact parents before they make decisions that fundamentally affect kids.

Nadine's no docile Stepford wife. She is a stay-at-home mom, farmer, former RCMP officer, and a member of an organization comprised of former and active duty law enforcement opposing unconstitutional lockdowns, called Police on Guard for Thee. She's made it her life's work to stand up for people against bullies.

Today's report on these parents taking back their autonomy over their kids is brought to you by Saskatchewan-based special contributor Kelly Lamb. Frequent Rebel News viewers may know Kelly as the gifted songstress from our events at home and abroad. But Kelly's more than just an angelic voice. She is also someone who cares deeply about accountability, free speech and civil liberties, and we can't wait to see what she does next.

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  • By Ezra Levant

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