Before we can even start to get into the weeds of why religious accessories bans are wrong, we need to pin down exactly what they are. This should be easy right? Sigh, not even close.
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 18-Aug-2018 to 24-Aug-2018.
Weekly Update Tags:
abortion, Andrew Scheer, Canada Summer Jobs, Canada Summer Jobs attestation controversy, child abuse, churches, climate change, Coalition Avenir Québec, Conservative Party of Canada, Doug Ford, Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jen Gunter, John Baird, Joyce Arthur, law, Liberal Party of Québec, muzzling scientists, Ontario, Parti Québécois, polygamy, populism, Québec, rape, Saudi Arabia, sex ed, taxes, Timothy Caulfield
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 4-Feb-2017 to 10-Feb-2017.
Weekly Update Tags:
2016 census, Alberta Catholic school funding, Alberta Education, British Columbia Humanist Association, census, Coalition Avenir Québec, conservation, David Eggen, Donald Trump, Edmonton Public School Board, electoral reform, environment, Hamilton, Ian Bushfield, immigration, International Humanist and Ethical Union, intolerance, Islam, islamophobia, Le Journal de Montréal, LGBT, Liberal Party of Québec, London (Ontario), Michael Janz, Montréal, nationalism, Ottawa, Pakistan, Parti Québécois, populism, Québec, Québec Charter of Values, Québec mosque shooting, Regina, Saskatoon, separate schools, Statistics Canada, terrorism, Toronto, Vancouver, veil ban, violence against freethinkers, Winnipeg, World Humanist Congress, World Humanist Congress 2017
Udo Schuklenk begins his February 21 article in the Kingston Whig-Standard by saying, What a week this has been. Schuklenk is referring to the subject of his article: Quebec’s Liberals have sabotaged assisted dying legislation (Bill 52): With cross-party support in Quebec’s National Assembly, the legislature was scheduled to pass Canada’s first legislation aimed at…
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