Tell Senate: Keep Spank Law

Lawyers and schoolteachers are petitioning Parliament to reject private bills to ban spanking in correcting children’s behaviour. Two separate bills in the Commons and Senate would repeal a corporal punishment provision of the Criminal Code dating from 1892: “It is impossible to imagine how a parent could successfully foster their child’s development without ever applying reasonable and minimal force.”

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