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Candidate, Steve Pinsonneault

Progressive Conservative Party | Lambton-Kent-Middlesex, ON

CLC rating: Anti-free speech

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Rating Comments: Steve Pinsonneault is the PC Party of Ontario candidate in the 2024 by-election in the provincial riding of Lambton-Kent-Middlesex. The by-election was necessitated by the resignation in September 2023 of longtime PC MPP and cabinet member Monte McNaughton.

In August 2023, as a member of Chatham-Kent municipal council, Mr. Pinsonneault voted to punish fellow councillor Rhonda Jubenville over her common-sense Motion to eliminate favouritism in the flying of flags on municpal property. Jubenville was punished by having three months' worth of her salary taken away.

Previous Occupation: Chatham-Kent municipal councillor
Religion / Faith: unknown
Constituency Offices , Ontario
N8A 2N5
Parliamentary Office
Ontario

Here is Steve Pinsonneault's voting record relating to life and family issues:

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Here are the answers for the questionnaire as provided by Steve Pinsonneault on 2024.

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Do you acknowledge that human life begins at conception (fertilization)? survey not yet sent
Are there any circumstances under which you believe a woman should have access to abortion? If yes, please explain.

*A surgical or medical intervention, designed to prevent the death of the mother (e.g. In the case of tubal pregnancy or cervical cancer) but which results in the unintended and undesired death of the pre-born child, is not an abortion.
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Would you support measures to delist medically unnecessary, elective abortions from the list of insured services covered by OHIP? survey not yet sent
Do you agree women have the right to be thoroughly informed about the serious health consequences of abortion, the development of the child in the womb and the alternatives to abortion? survey not yet sent
Would you vote in favor of repealing the Ontario "bubble zone" censorship law? This unconstitutional law criminalizes peaceful pro-life expression, including silent prayer, on taxpayer-owned public sidewalks within 50 metres (or more) of any abortion facility. survey not yet sent
Will you protect parental rights in education by working to ensure that traditionally principled parents are given advance notice of, and the ability to withdraw their children from, classroom lessons and presentations dealing with abortion, contraception, homosexuality, and transgenderism? survey not yet sent
Would you support efforts to repeal the age-inappropriate, graphic, sex-ed curriculum which is currently being taught throughout Ontario schools? survey not yet sent
If elected, will you vote to reject laws that would expand euthanasia and assisted-suicide and instead, promote palliative care, the purpose of which is to alleviate pain, and enhance the quality of life until natural death for terminally ill patients, and for those with disabilities?

*Euthanasia is the direct and intentional killing of a person by action or omission, with or without the consent of that person, for what people mistakenly believe are compassionate reasons.
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Will you support legislation to protect the right of health care workers who refuse to participate in procedures which are in violation of their religious or conscientious beliefs? survey not yet sent

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