The Canadian Civil Liberties Association recently sent a written response to the Halton Catholic District School Board’s proposed new policy on Equity and Inclusive Education. CCLA told the Board that students have the right to form Gay-Straight Alliances and other gay positive clubs in their schools, and to call them by their name. The proposed policy no longer bans GSAs, but is silent on the question of whether or not students can create these groups. This is not good enough, CCLA responded. If the Board intends to allow GSAs in its schools, they need to do so clearly and transparently. Nor is it sufficient according to CCLA to create all-purpose equality groups if these exist alongside an unwritten but effective ban on GSAs.