Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty has ordered the province's Catholic schools to teach a sex-education curriculum already in place in public schools -- despite objections by religious and conservative leaders. "If parents are uncomfortable with certain aspects of this new curriculum, they can and they are free to withdraw their children from the classroom," he said. McGuinty said the curriculum is a responsible way to teach children about sex.

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