Shift To Reason Conference


Saturday, 30 April 2016

Brainstorm Podcast’s Shift To Reason Conference is a really good reason to be in Regina at the end of April. As the organizers of “Saskatchewan’s first secular and skeptic conference” explain,

With the various secular and skeptic conferences going on around Canada and the secular/skeptic community on the continuous grow, we here at The Brainstorm Podcast thought that it was time for Saskatchewan to get its own conference. With that in mind we present Saskatchewan’s first Shift To Reason.

Speakers include

Aron Ra, Seth Andrews, Matt Dillahunty, Nathan Phelps, Lavada Luening: The Secular She-Thinker, and Will Arnal with more to be announced.

The Shift To Reason Conference is

A one day event with lunch, coffee and baked goods included promises to be fun and entertaining. Located in the Moose Jaw room of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel and Conference room. There will be an after party as well, with all the speakers and organizers and 20 VIP ticket buyers.

Go to the conference Eventbrite page right away because the VIP tickets are almost sold out, and the Early Bird tickets are selling quickly.

Keep up with event details at the Shift To Reason Conference Facebook page, the Shift To Reason Conference Lanyrd page or Contact the Brainstorm Podcast.

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