The Canadian government has stepped up its use of the GBA+ course for public employees, a course that pushes both LGBT and feminist ideology.
Although the gender-based analysis plus course (GBA+) and its exit exam were first developed in 1995 under the liberal Jean Chretien government, Trudeau’s government has mandated its use and promised unspecified consequences if a government employee fails more than three times.
The course requires participants to question traditional ideas about gender and sexuality and yet it does so in a way that clearly favors the LGBT and feminist views.
The current Canadian government action plan outlines a list of steps that must be taken to complete this indoctrination process by the year 2020. The action plan lists three primary goals:
* To implement mandatory GBA+ training across the entire government system.
* To incorporate the results of GBA+ training in performance reviews.
* “Develop and implement a more robust framework to monitor progress on GBA capacity and implementation across government.” This can be taken to mean that the use and results of the GBA+ exams will be monitored and tracked broadly across the government.
What happens if an employee fails the exit exam more than the allotted three times?