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Sandals 'taken aback' by reaction to sex ed curriculum changes

Ontario's education minister is surprised by some of the criticism over the province's proposed changes to the sex ed curriculum, saying the concept of consent is already taught to primary school children.

"I've been quite taken aback by things that people are trying to label as sex ed," Liz Sandals said Wednesday.

The current physical and health education curriculum teaches Grade 1 students parts of the body.

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