Conservative Party delegates on Sept. 9 voted to adopt a number of short-listed policy proposals, including banning sex-change procedures for minors and restricting female-only sports and spaces to biological women.

Delegates, who gathered at the Centre des congrès de Québec in Quebec City for a three-day national party convention beginning Sept. 7, adopted the policy banning gender-altering procedures for those under 18 with 69 percent of the votes on the final day of the event.

The policy says that a future Conservative government would “protect children by prohibiting life altering medicinal or surgical interventions on minors under 18 to treat gender confusion or dysphoria, and encourage positive mental and physical health support for all Canadians suffering from gender dysphoria and related mental health challenges.”

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