Tag Archives: cancer

Toronto man ordered to give up religiously offensive licence plate

by | May 7, 2016

Daniel D’Aloisio has had his vanity plate for 15 years. It reads “VI6SIX”. But now, thanks to a complaint that it is religiously offensive, he may lose it. We’ve heard this story dozens of times before, but this time there’s an interesting twist. Daniel D’Aloisio lives in Toronto, and he’s not an atheist.

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Atheist Breast Cancer Support Group

by | July 29, 2015

Diana MacPherson‘s January 14, 2015 post “An Atheist’s Perspective on Cancer” received comments today from reader Karla. In her first comment, Karla replied to an earlier comment from Iwona who says, I would like to be able to find a group of people (women) that are going through the same problems and are not constantly talking… Read more »

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Attorney general, Six Nations, McMaster Children’s Hospital Have Good News!

by | April 25, 2015

Finally some good news in a legal case that up-to-now has been heart wrenching and frustrating. I’m of course referring to the case of JJ, the First Nations girl whose mother decided last Fall to replace her chemotherapy treatment (a treatment that gave her a 90-95% chance of recovery) with traditional medicine, mostly administered at the Florida Health… Read more »

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An Atheist’s Perspective on Cancer

by | January 14, 2015

When the new gods and the old meet to battle in Neil Gaiman’s book, American Gods, one new god appears as a tumour with scalpels sticking out of it. It seems uncanny to suggest that a tumour belongs in a pantheon of new deities but, we do tend to treat tumours, and the cancer they… Read more »

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