Tag Archives: poverty

Weekly Update: to

by | September 22, 2018

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 15-Sep-2018 to 21-Sep-2018.

Practice What You Preach: ‘The Global Gag’ as Moral Reflection

by | November 22, 2017

Of the perennial ethical precepts in the world, the Golden Rule stands ‘head and shoulders’ above the others in terms of durability and consistency across time and culture, respectively. Religious institutions, formal or informal, preach the ethic. Secular ethical frameworks advocate for it, too. Right into the present, it is presented as an ideal. Maybe, it is unattainable, but… Read more »

Weekly Update: to

by | January 21, 2017

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 14-Jan-2017 to 20-Jan-2017.

Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada: The Rich and Privileged Few

by | April 6, 2015

A friend of CFI Canada sent me a link to an article about the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada’s lawsuit against the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.  The author, Joyce Arthur, also did a great article about blasphemy laws in March 2015.  I’m not going to repeat Ms. Arthur’s analysis of the… Read more »

Michael Enright: “Socks for the Homeless”

by | January 4, 2015

Today, on CBC Radio’s The Sunday Edition, Michael Enright talks about “The City Where It’s Against the Law to Be Poor.” Today’s topic is a follow up to a February 24, 2013 episode “Socks for the Homeless“: Take a moment and think about socks. Yours are probably cosy.. They’re probably dry. And they keep your… Read more »