In an interview with The Post Millennial, campaign manager Fritz Radandt called the CBC piece “fairly typical,” and pointed out that many outlets went after ParentsVoice BC even before the organization had sent out press releases.

On September 28, the CBC ran a hit piece against ParentsVoice BC, a registered elector organisation that works to support candidates for school boards across the province, accusing them of being “rooted in conservative Christianity” and championing those with “anti-vax” and “conspiratorial” views. 

The organisation has since clarified many of the claims made by the CBC, pointing out that candidates are chosen based solely on whether they align with a set of six core values, which include community values, transparency, and independence from “special interests.”

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