Soon the Gaystapo is going to force everyone to gay-marry, just you wait and see.
Google marks Canada Day 2015 with a Doodle The National Post has a fun quiz: Just in time for Canada Day, Historica Canada (the group that puts out Heritage Minutes) has released the results of a survey on Canadians’ habits and attitudes, revealing that some of our national stereotypes are … Continue reading
Today most Canadians will be observing Canada Day. But July 1st is the anniversary of a tragic story in freethought history. Chevalier de la Barre Day is mostly observed by French freethinkers, but I think it’s a day we all need to remember, especially in a country that still has … Continue reading
Raymond J. de Souza, “a Roman Catholic priest and well-known newspaper columnist,” is honoured to have been appointed the inaugural chair of the [External Advisory Committee (EAC)] on religious freedom, which brings together Canadians who know that the religious liberties we have traditionally enjoyed in Canada are increasingly under attack … Continue reading
Atheists tend to be a gloriously disputatious bunch, which is not surprising for a group united only by rejection of the blandishments and superficial consolations of religion. Atheists, it sometimes appears, are people who can argue about anything – and as if to prove the point, we Canadian Atheist readers … Continue reading
I don’t know how I missed the April story about a private school in Alberta, Webber Academy, ordered to pay $26,000 in damages to two students who they prevented from praying in their school. According to the parents of the two students, upon enrollment, they explicitly asked if it would … Continue reading