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Charles McVety

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Charles H. McVety (born 1959) is a Canadian evangelical Christian leader and conservative political activist. He has been the president of Canada Christian College in Whitby, Ontario since 1993, taking over for his father, and was president of Canada Family Action until 2008. He is perhaps best known for campaigning to repeal the law legalizing same-sex marriage in Canada. McVety played a significant role in helping to elect Doug Ford as the leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario. According to the CBC, McVety is "one of the most powerful leaders of the Christian Right in [Canada]". On October 27, 2020, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario passed a motion to "condemn the extreme and hateful invective of Charles McVety and oppose any efforts to make Canada Christian College into an accredited university." Biography McVety is the son of Betty and Elmer S. McVety (1928-1993), who was a Christian and Missionary Alliance pastor, television preacher, and the founde
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