Tag Archives: charity law

What should Canadian atheists ask for in this election?

by | August 20, 2021

Let’s not kid ourselves: no major party has any interest in going out of their way for atheist votes. Even if they were, there are so many other higher stakes issues that we should care more about than our own interests. But… we can still dream, can’t we?

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A person who represents themself, has a fool for a client

by | December 5, 2019

It’s being widely reported today that Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal has rejected the bid of the Church of Atheism of Central Canada to be recognized as a charity. As someone who’s called Canada’s charity law “antiquated and ill suited for modern purposes” and repeatedly called for modernization, this case is incredible frustrating for me… Read more »

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