On Thursday, 13 December, 2018, Canada formally repealed its blasphemy law.
The next award in the 2018 Canadian Atheist Awards is “Story of the year”. This award is for the news or cultural story that captured the most interest or had the most impact among Canadian atheists in 2017.
Canadian Atheist Tags:
Bill C-51, Canadian blasphemy law, islamophobia, Law Society of British Columbia, Law Society of Ontario, LGBT, M-103, Nova Scotia Barrister's Society, Peel District School Board, prayer, prayer in schools, Québec, Québec Bill 62, Québec mosque shooting, secularism, Trinity Western University, veil ban
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 31-Dec-2016 to 6-Jan-2017.
Weekly Update Tags:
advertising, Bill C-51, biology, blasphemy laws, Brad Wall, Brian Pallister, cannabis, Centre for Inquiry Canada, climate change, critical thinking, demographics, DeSmog Canada, Donald Trump, empathy, evangelicals, fake news, fascism, feminism, freethought, health care, internet, Justin Trudeau, Kathleen Wynne, lawsuit, letters to the editor, Liberal Party of Canada, McDonald's, misogyny, morality, muzzling scientists, net neutrality, Noam Chomsky, Ontario, physician-assisted dying, populism, President of the United States, prosperity gospel, psychology, public transit, racism, research, Russell Pangborn, scientific racism, slacktivism, Stephen Harper, taxes, terrorism, The Beaverton, theatre, Toronto, Toronto Star, torture, transportation, Unholy, United States