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West Edmonton Mall – Father and Mothers Out


West Edmonton Mall – Father and Mothers Out

West Edmonton Mall (WEM), located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, is the largest shopping mall in North America and the tenth largest in the world (along with The Dubai Mall) by gross leasable area.[2][better source needed] The mall was founded by the Ghermezian brothers, who emigrated from Iran in 1959.[3] It was the world’s largest mall until 2004.[1]

West Edmonton Mall covers a gross area of about 490,000 m2 (5,300,000 sq ft).[1] There are over 800 stores and services in the compound,[4] and parking for more than 20,000 vehicles.[5] More than 24,000 people are employed at the property. The mall receives 32.2 million visitors per year; it also attracts between 90,000 and 200,000 shoppers daily, depending on the day and season

Wild West Shooting Range


Ontario has become the first province to consider moving all government documents toward gender neutral language to refer to parents.
A motion from a Liberal backbencher to replace references to “mothers” and “fathers” on all government forms to “parents” and “guardians” received all-party support Thursday afternoon. The initiative is non-binding, but Cabinet ministers spoke in its favour and MPPs said it’s about creating a more “inclusive” environment in a world where there are many kinds of families.

Some government and medical forms already opt for the gender neutral “parent or guardian,” but not universally. Sudbury MPP Glenn Thibeault, who brought forward the motion, said a constituent pointed out the issue on a school form in her area. The single mother was perplexed where there were spaces for both a mother and a father as opposed to something that better reflects the shape of modern families.

Social engineering

I don’t like how school is no longer considered an extension of the home, with the parents superior and the educators subordinate. More and more, educators and bureaucrats are trying to fix it so that the HOME is the extension of the SCHOOL, with the SCHOOL in charge. Isn’t it against our country’s principles to draw kids away from the love and authority of their parents and families, and claim that the State is sovereign over them?

The man that most educators are taught to revere – John Dewey, an important, left-wing education figure of the 20th Century – loved how the communist countries handled schooling their children. He wrote extensively about it.

Tragically, a lot of those ideas – that the State, not the parents, is in charge of the children who live within its borders – undergird a lot of education policy today. Through financial subsidies of all kinds, social control is being exerted over children. And their parents in most cases don’t even realize it.

But no American parent would like what the Russian Communist Party said in 1918: “We must remove the children from the crude influence of their families. We must take them over and, to speak frankly, nationalize them.” The goal: so that the children would grow up to be “real” communists, not influenced by their own families.