Canadian Museum for Human Rights The concept that gay rights are human rights should never be questioned; it should be a “truth universally acknowledged,” not just enshrined in human rights codes. The Canadian Human Rights Act, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and the Ontario Human Rights Code are not documents in a museum;… Read more »
I suspect the question only popped into my head because I’ve been reading too much Borges lately, but it occurred to me to wonder if it would be possible in principle to develop a worthwhile, intellectually respectable form of theology. After all, theologians over the centuries have engaged in a great deal of complex, rigorous… Read more »
On November 21, 2014, the Board of Directors of the Canadian Women’s Health Network (CWHN) announced it has decided to suspend the activities of the CWHN. This decision, effective Nov. 14, 2014, was not taken lightly. Despite efforts made by the CWHN, the support of partners and donors, and some notable successes along the way,… Read more »
A classic collaboration between the siblings behind youtube channels QualiaSoup and TheraminTrees. Both great sources for clear, concise, teaching tools on all things nontheist:
Happy Thanksgiving to our neighbours to the south! Here is an amusing SMBC (Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal) Cartoon for the occasion. Of course, the turkeys Americans (and Canadians) eat are artificially selected to be so large they can neither fly nor reproduce (they need to be artificially inseminated).
—- Update: I was confused about two related cases. It is Makayla Sault who had the fundamentalist Christian parents. The CBC show, White Coat, Black Art did a show on her case which is identical to this girl’s as she is an Aboriginal child with leukaemia whose parents stopped her treatment in favour of receiving treatment in Florida. Sadly but… Read more »