Cynthia Sneath’s dislike of big government is rooted in her time as an educator.
Now retired, Sneath, the Ontario Libertarian party’s candidate in Simcoe North, taught for 15 years in York Region before becoming a vice-principal and then a principal.
“I really noticed a shift in the last, maybe, five or six years in some of the curriculum changes, where the Liberal government really got involved in taking over parts of education that parents used to deal with,” she said.
The province’s reach into the classroom seems to know no bounds, said Sneath.
“Character education, how to eat properly, being physically active … and then the sex-ed curriculum,” she added by way of example.
The answer, as Sneath…