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On Canadian Atheist: Canadian atheists, your help is needed in an important Supreme Court battle

The Supreme Court of Canada is going to hear arguments on prayer in government meetings sometime in the next few months, in MLQ v. City of Saguenay. Despite the recent loss in US courts, our chances are good. However, the plaintiffs need huge amounts of money to bring the case forward, and to have a […]

The Québec Charter of Values and secular weakness

Yesterday, Terry Firma of Friendly Atheist wrote a post about making certain forms of religious expression illegal. He was speaking theoretically, of course, but for Canadians – especially Québécois – this is not theoretical.

Comparing the York University case with the Québec Charter of Values

It was inevitable that the York University accommodation case would be compared to the “Charter of Québec Values” controversy. The PQ practically fell over themselves gloating, and saying, “See? See? We were right! This is the kind of controversy our Charter is trying to prevent!”