Canadian Government has Taken Power Away from Families and it Must Stop

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The Canadian government has grown in power over the past few years, and especially after Justin Trudeau came to power. While it is important that a country’s government be powerful, it is how they choose to use their power that defines them. However, the increasing government power in Canada has come at the cost of individuals, and families. This is a matter of grave concern, because the government seems to have more authority over the lives of children than their parents!

The elites in Canada think that the government knows what is best for children, and not their own parents, and is acting in that manner. They have systematically removed the parent’s rights to control their children’s education, and how they should raise them. This is not the way a democratic government is supposed to run a country, and it is only going to set a dangerous precedent that will have long-term consequences for the Canadian society and its people.

Everyone has the right to choose how to raise their children, but the government thinks that it can take away those rights from parents and make decisions on how a family should be raised. The government should completely stay away from parenting, as they have no legal right to tell parents on how they should be raising their children.  

The government is not elected to teach parents on how to raise their kids; they are elected to look after the Canadian people. It seems that the current government is power hungry and wants to exert their influence on all avenues of people’s lives. They don’t want people to raise their children differently, because they know that everyone has a different parenting style, and imparts different values on their children.

It is understandable that the government intervenes in cases where  parents have broken the law and hurt their children, but this in no way gives them the right to force elitist government ideology on children against the wish of their parents.


Ashley is an experienced and versatile freelance writer with tons of published works both online and in the print media. She has close to two years of writing experience that cuts across several publishing networks, Ashley has followed Canadian conservative news ever since she got her first iPhone.