BELLEVILLE– According to a poll by the Angus Reid Institute, 41% of Canadians say that transgender people should use the washrooms that correspond to their gender identity.
Loyalist has multiple gender-neutral washrooms in the school, and school officials say they hope to include more as they renovate the school.
This represents a shift in the mindset of Canadians, as a discussion around public gender-neutral washrooms becomes more commonplace.
But what do Loyalist students and members of the community think about including gender-neutral washrooms in local schools and public spaces?
Join us to share opinions, facts, and questions about gender-neutral bathrooms at Loyalist and in the community. The event will take place on Tuesday, April 18 beginning at 6:30 p.m.