The province's Education Minister says Ontario's sex-ed curriculum is outdated.
Liz Sandals agrees with a group of education advisors who are trying to raise money over the internet for a public campaign for change.
Sandals reveals the province is working on a consultation process with parents.
Non-profit group Ophea hopes to raise $20,000 by November 8 for public service announcements in newspapers all over Ontario.
As of 4pm on Thursday, they raised just over $1,000 on crowd-sourcing site Indiegogo.
As for when something can be changed, Sandals can't give a timeline. She points to the environment at Queen's Park being unpredictable with a minority government in place.