Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 29-Apr-2017 to 5-May-2017.
Weekly Update Tags:
alt-right, Bad Science Watch, Brad Wall, Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Canadian Hindu Advocacy, Church of Scientology, Concerned Parents of Canada, Don Meredith, Edmonton, feminism, free speech, games, gender identity, genetic discrimination, Health Canada, homophobia, islamophobia, Jehovah's Witnesses, LGBT, North Korea, Ontario, Ontario Human Rights Code, polygamy, reasonable accommodation, refugees, religious freedom, religious offence, Rise Canada, Ron Banerjee, Russell Brown, Russia, Saskatchewan, Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, Saudi Arabia, Scientology, Senate of Canada, separate schools, Spain, Supreme Court of Canada, terrorism, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Trinity Western University, United Nations, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, Winston Blackmore, Zach Weinersmith
Here’s your Canadian Atheist Weekly Update for 8-Apr-2017 to 14-Apr-2017.
Weekly Update Tags:
abortion, Alberta Education, Angus Reid Institute, bigotry, Catholic Church, child abuse, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, Conrad Black, Court of Appeal of Alberta, Dying With Dignity Canada, education, gay-straight alliances, interfaith, Iqra Khalid, Islam, islamophobia, Jehovah's Witnesses, LGBT, M-103, National Post, Ontario, parenting, physician-assisted dying, radicalization, residential schools, Sandra Solomon, Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, secularism, separate schools, Supreme Court of Canada, survey, terrorism, Zach Weinersmith
Zach Weiner, who creates the SMBC (Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal) cartoons is an atheist and many of his creations tend to have an atheistic slant. This amusing rendition of an existence guide reflects the anti-religion stance of many of his works and to my delight lists existentialism in the happy column.