Tag Archives: religious accommodation

This Week in Religion 2017-12-24

by | December 24, 2017

  By Scott Douglas Jacobsen “In prison, one of the only freedoms inmates have is to practise their religion — but in some cases, even that’s getting harder to do. There’s been an increase in the number of prisoners filing complaints to the Canadian Human Rights Commission about religious accommodation. Inmates are concerned about the delivery of… Read more »

Weekly Update: to

by | April 8, 2017

Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 1-Apr-2017 to 7-Apr-2017.

With widespread burqini bans, French laïcité may have finally jumped the shark

by | August 20, 2016

Quick question, Canadian islamophobes: If I told you that a government was enforcing a dress code for women (and women only) for the sake of “respecting good morals”, because if women wear what they please it might “draw a crowd and disrupt public order”, and thus the government was enacting this legislation to “protect those… Read more »