Tag Archives: God in the Charter preamble

Questions for Federal Candidates: Updated

by | June 25, 2015

Here is the updated list of questions to ask the federal candidates in your riding: Do you support the right to freedom from religion as well as the right to freedom of religion? Do you support secular governance, i.e. separation between religion and state? Do you support removing the phrase “the supremacy of God” from… Read more »

Questions for Federal Candidates

by | June 18, 2015

The Canadian federal election is tentatively scheduled for October 19, 2015, and at least one candidate is setting up her campaign headquarters, so this is a good time to start making a list of questions to ask the federal candidates in your riding. Here is a partial list: Do you support abolishing Canada’s Blasphemy Law?… Read more »

God Keep Our Land, Secular and Free, if You Don’t Mind

by | February 2, 2015

Guest post by Chloë-Lynne Adriaans Grade 12 student   The room stills. All present wait together, one baited breath, a unity of expectation. The man in the suit, the center of all attention shifts almost imperceptibly. He’s sweating lightly, beneath his expensive suit, but his expression is one of cool confidence. He’s practiced; it’s painted… Read more »

An Impotent God?: Canada’s Constitutional Preamble

by | May 7, 2014

Think Again! TV presents the Centre for Inquiry Canada Production: “An Impotent God?: Canada’s Constitutional Preamble”: The video features constitutional lawyer, author, professor, and former Liberal Party of Canada leadership candidate Deborah Coyne, and Justin Trottier, Producer and Host of Think Again! TV as they discuss the question How did God find its way into the… Read more »