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Poilievre opposes 'puberty blockers' for transgender children

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The Conservative leader believes that this type of decision should be made by adults.

Radio-Canada

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Conservative leader, Pierre Poilievre, says he is against the use of “puberty blockers” in children.

Mr. Poilievre took this position on Parliament Hill Wednesday morning in the face of a barrage of questions from journalists about gender-affirming medical treatments for transgender children.

He therefore takes a personal position on this issue, after having repeatedly defended the right of parents to raise their children as they wish. hear.

The Conservative leader believes in protecting children and their ability to make adult decisions when they become adults. He also adds that adults should have the freedom to make their own decisions about their bodies.

Conservative Alberta Premier Danielle Smith announced last week her government's intention to ban puberty blockers and hormone therapy for transgender children aged 15 and least who have not yet initiated such treatments.

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This announcement sparked protests in Alberta and Ottawa, and sparked condemnation from Justin Trudeau, who accuses Ms. Smith of promoting an anti- LGBTQ+.

Pierre Poilievre considers that the Prime Minister is trying to divide and distract Canadians by spreading disinformation about the decisions that the parents and the provinces.

With information from The Canadian Press

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