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Canada Declares '1 Month Isn't Enough,' Will Push LGBT Agenda for Entire 'Pride Season'

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Not content with designating one month of the year for non-straight and gender-confused people to be proud of themselves, Canada is giving the LGBT community a quarter of the year for “pride.”

Pride season in Canada kicked off this month and will continue until September, according to one Canadian government account on Twitter that handles “sexual orientation and gender identity and expression issues.”

The LGBTQ2 Secretariat account announced that people within the rainbow community deserve one-fourth of the calendar year to be them.

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“1 month isn’t enough to celebrate Pride in Canada!” the account shared on June 2. “#PrideSeason takes place from June to September with local events across the country celebrating the resilience and spirit of #LGBTQ2 people in Canada. Follow us as we highlight Pride celebrations all summer long!”

Happy Canadian government officials and their accounts have been celebrating “pride season” online all week, as they are all apparently in agreement that 30 days to push the LGBT agenda on everyone is not enough.

With any luck, Canadians not consumed by whom their neighbors sleep with, date or marry can get back to being completely ignored by the country’s leftist government.

How does that government feel about its non-gay, lesbian, bisexual or “queer” people? For starters, on June 6, the government’s official Twitter account made no mention of the brave Canadian soldiers who fought on D-Day, taking Juno Beach in Normandy, France, on that date in 1944.

The account did manage to share this post just days earlier:

At least the Canadian Armed Forces didn’t forget about the heroes:

In the U.S., veterans get one day, fallen veterans get one day, and non-straight and gender-confused people get the month of June. Some of those people are very boisterous, even amid pandemics that require churches to close:

At least by July, things get back to normal around here. That’s when adults, some of them wearing leather and carrying around sex toys, cease marching in urban areas — at least in organized groups.

Meanwhile, other adults can continue on not caring about the bedroom activities of those around them.

In Canada, the madness will now continue until September, which is just around the time most people in the country start preparing for the harsh winter.

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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After Seeing Kids Playing Basketball with Milk Crate, Officers Go Above and Beyond to Get Them Real Hoop

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They say necessity is the mother of invention, and when you’re a kid with limitless imagination, many things are possible. That was certainly true of a group of kids in one Chicago neighborhood whose love for basketball was great enough that they found what they could to set up a basketball court: a small cement slab and an old milk crate. It was enough for a time, even if it wasn’t regulation. But that all changed after some Chicago Police Department officers spotted the kids. The story that resulted was heartwarming enough that Chicago Police Superintendent David O. Brown had to tweet the story. “Officers from @ChicagoCAPS06 noticed a group of children in the neighborhood playing basketball using a milk crate as their hoop,” Brown wrote on Monday. “The officers saw an opportunity to help the kids with their game, so they got together to buy them a new hoop and basketballs.” Officers from @ChicagoCAPS06 noticed a group of children in the neighborhood playing basketball using a milk crate as their hoop. The officers saw an opportunity to help the kids with their game, so they got together to buy them a new hoop and basketballs. 🏀🏀🏀 pic.twitter.com/xxpP3wwLT7 — Chicago Police Superintendent David O. Brown (@ChiefDavidBrown) June 21, 2021 Two officers lugged the boxed gift to the porch where another officer stood as a woman covered a young man’s eyes, removing her hands to reveal the surprise. The boy, upon seeing the brand-new basketball hoop immediately shouted “thank you!” and started bouncing up and down with excitement. These #ChicagoPolice officers surprised the kids with their new hoop and took time out to assemble it for them. pic.twitter.com/xbWRdtrCGh — Chicago Police Superintendent David O. Brown (@ChiefDavidBrown) June 21, 2021 “Is that a little bit better?” one of the officers asked. “Yeah!”…

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'Chunk' the Golden Retriever Missing for 2 Weeks Finally Found by NJ Troopers Swimming in the Bay

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The last two weeks have been turbulent for a family in Brick, New Jersey, after their beloved 3-year-old golden retriever ran off and disappeared. Jim Zangara had been on his boat with Chunk, the dog, and paused to talk to another boater. Looking for Chunk, he realized the dog had gotten off the boat. “And all of a sudden I looked to see where he was, and he was in the woods a little bit,” Jim told the Asbury Park Press. “And I said, ‘Come here, Chunk,’ and he had his toy in his mouth, turned around and boom. And for no reason.” “He’s very timid. He always has been. So maybe something scared him and that’s why he took off. It was very odd for him to do what he did.” “LOST DOG — Sunday 6/6/21 at F-cove,” Marie Puzio Zangara posted on the Lost Dogs in Ocean County Facebook page. “His name is Chunk, and he’s scared. Last spotted running back into the woods/marsh behind Mantoloking Rd. Please call 973-945-9299 or Brick PD if spotted! Please don’t chase — he’s very skittish — he will run.” Posts were shared across many relevant lost and found groups online. People kept their eyes open for the large dog, and his family waited and wondered if they’d ever see him again. As the days passed, Marie’s fears grew. “This past week has been tough,” she told NJ Advance Media. “No one had seen him since the eighth day he was missing. I was worried maybe he had gotten hit by a car or was off in the woods where we couldn’t find him or someone had grabbed him.” But then, on Tuesday morning, he was spotted, and it took multiple people on land and sea to get…

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