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Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 14-Jan-2017 to 20-Jan-2017.

“Just ‘Press PLAY’ for Peterborough Pride”

Peterborough, Ontario is celebrating its 13th year of Peterborough Pride: Peterborough Pride Week is a cornerstone annual event for the community that helps everyone feel welcome in Peterborough. While we celebrate inclusiveness and diversity here, we remember the need to continue to push for rights and respect yet to be … Continue reading

Praying in the Park

I’d like to thank Indi for his post on the Angus Reid Institute opinion poll “Prayer in Canadian Public Life: a Nation Divided.” I wasn’t contacted by Angus Reid, but if I had been, I would have answered the question on the best way to begin municipal council meetings by … Continue reading

“Can’t Anything Be Private Anymore?”

In her latest opinion column in Peterborough This Week, Sarah Frank asks, “Can’t Anything Be Private Anymore?” Frank starts her article with a general discussion about personal privacy: Living in a society driven by new technologies and steered by highly-specialized marketing techniques, it’s no surprise that our level of personal … Continue reading

Immigration Victory Is Not a Miracle

The headlines for human interest stories are often hyperbolic or indicate supernatural intervention. The headline1 in the paper edition of the Peterborough Examiner, “Miracle Unites Couple,” is no exception. It looked as though he wouldn’t be allowed to leave his home country of Bangladesh and get to Canada in time for … Continue reading

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