Tag Archives: empathy

Weekly Update: to

by | March 18, 2017

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 11-Mar-2017 to 17-Mar-2017.

Weekly Update: to

by | January 7, 2017

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 31-Dec-2016 to 6-Jan-2017.

I’ll ride with you

by | November 21, 2015

So, I’m not a big fan of Twitter, as it tends to make manifest the worst aspects of our attention deficient society. But even Twitter isn’t all bad…. I guess… Twitter users have been using #IllRideWithYou to offer company to Muslim riders on public transit following reports that two women wearing hijabs were accosted on… Read more »

Which is worse, being Christian or being Conservative?

by | September 8, 2015

Just this week, the Angus Reid Institute released an interesting survey about Canadian attitudes toward the European refugee/migrant crisis. Most of the results really weren’t all that surprising. Canadians support intervention to help the refugees by a slim margin (54%), though that support comes mostly from voters leaning Liberal and NDP – 63% of Conservative… Read more »

Prostitution: Men’s Entitlement and Accountability

by | June 24, 2014

By Eric Adriaans Recently, there has been some debate among several well-known opinion-holders…namely Heather Mallick, Jackson Doughart, and Veronica Abbass … all on the subject of a recent prostitution bill. In their public dialogue, it seems to me that some people are talking past one another. Prostitution is a complex issue well beyond my knowledge… Read more »