For many years now, Canadian Atheist has used the Kippis theme for its look and feel… but it’s time for a change.
Okay, there’s no way to break this news without making myself look like a dumbass, so I’ll just own it.
The 2021 Canadian Atheist awards were rocky—keeping in theme with the very rocky year they were celebrating, I suppose—but it all came together in the end.
After an unfortunate delay, it’s finally time for the final award in the 2021 Canadian Atheist awards: the Person of the Year, the person who had the greatest positive impact in Canadian secularism, humanism, atheism and freethought in 2020.
Sorry to announce this, but the remainder of the 2021 Canadian Atheist awards have been put on hold for a few days.
The 2021 Story of the year award goes the the story that generated the most interest or had the most impact in 2020.
Canadian Atheist Tags:
Atheist Alliance International, Atheist Republic, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Center for Inquiry, Centre for Inquiry Canada, conversion therapy, COVID-19, David Silverman, Humanist Canada, International Association of Atheists, Kavin Senapathy, Lawrence Krauss, Michael Sherlock