Kathleen Wynne unveils 3-year plan to curb sexual assault


March 6, 2015

Premier Kathleen Wynne has announced sweeping measures to curb sexual assault and violence including a new law forcing colleges and universities to step up efforts to tackle the issue.

Wynne said Friday that a new $41-million, three-year initiative would help to deal with the problem.

“Many women in the province do not feel safe . . . and I have a problem with that,” the premier said at the Toronto YWCA headquarters on Elm St.


She unveiled a 36-page action plan, entitled “It’s Never Okay,” ‎to stop sexual violence and harassment and a new advertising blitz to raise awareness. ‎

Wynne’s move came after award-winning Star investigations into the allegations of sexual assault against former CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi and an examination of how universities and colleges ‎handled complaints of sexual violence.

Earlier this week, the Toronto Star received the 2015 Canadian Hillman Prize in Journalism for its coverage of sexual assault and harassment in Canada from the Sidney Hillman Foundation.

Ghomeshi faces seven charges of sexual assault and one charge of overcoming resistance by choking based on allegations that span from 2002 and 2008.

The allegations by six women span from 2002 to 2008.

Ghomeshi’s lawyer, Marie Henein, has said the former broadcaster will plead not guilty to all charges.

A Torstar probe of sexual assault last fall found only nine of the country’s 78 universities had a special policy to deal with the crimes and clear supports for victims, the vast majority of which are young women.

Ontario’s 24 public community colleges have since implemented a uniform policy that provides a path for victims of sexual violence and clearly outlines a school’s responsibility.

The province’s universities have since created a multi-pronged plan to curb sexual violence and are undergoing a province-wide policy review with several already in the midst of drafting policies on sexual assault.




Commentary by the Ottawa Mens Centre

Kathleen Wynne is the head of what can only be called a Fascist Government that promotes Violence by women towards men in a process called "Gender Superiority".

In Ontario it has resulted in 99% of custody cases being given to mothers even when they are the most violent mothers who habitually assault children and male partners.

The Ontario Government appoints directly and indirectly the worst forms of life as Judges namely former lawyers for the Children's Aid Societies of Ontario.

That means when Male Victims of domestic violence are prosecuted instead of the female perpetrators, children never see their fathers again who end up in jail on fabricated charges laid by Ontario Police who are notorious for fabricating evidence.

That makes Ontario a dangerous place to be father where Rotten Evidence Fabricating Ottawa Cops like former Detective Peter Van Der Zander Badge No 1639 who was "promoted" after he was caught Fabricating evidence to not charge a violent female.

Then there is Constable Samuel Wayne Smith Badge No. 880 and Van T. Nygen Badge No. 952 who also Fabricate Evidence to charge male victims of domestic Violence.

The costs to tax payers are staggering. It is also a Corrupt Make Work project for the Ottawa Police and now Sgt. Peter Van Der Zander is now in charge of Court Liaison where he arranges for Police Witnesses who get paid a minimum $50 an hour for turning up as a witness.

That gives the Police a Financial incentive to fabricate charges to create criminal and Family Litigation to pay them Millions of Dollars in overtime most of which is spent being witnesses to convict male victims of domestic violence and or to remove children from male victims of domestic violence and to place
them with violent females.

Ottawa Mens Centre