The most popular argument for religious accessories bans – for many, the only argument for religious accessories bans – is that they are in some way related to secularism. They’re not. In fact, quite the opposite.
By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Greg Oliver is the President of the Canadian Secular Alliance. There is important work with a constitutional challenge with immediate relevance to the formal irreligious community at the moment. I reached out to talk about it. Here we talk about OPEN and the CSA, Section 93 … Continue reading
The Supreme Court of Canada will hear arguments jointly for two cases involving Trinity Western University’s now infamous law school. This case could be one of the most important cases for secularism and religious freedom in Canada since R v Big M Drug Mart Ltd, and there’s already been a … Continue reading
Wonderful news coming out of Ottawa this week! Remember the petition against the blasphemy law we were asking everyone to sign? We got a response!
With more info on this at the CSA, and CFI, consider supporting the petition against Canada’s blasphemy law. My Canada includes sacrilege.