Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Creed Muddywater Revival

The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has held that atheist belief is a creed worth protecting as a human right, forcing a Niagara school board to revise its policy to allow distribution of materials from more than just religious groups like … Continue reading

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Mostly Harmful

Earlier this week, I  encountered four extremely disturbing stories of religious folk being very, very bad. I am not saying that religion was the only or main cause of these despicable acts, but rather the people doing them are religious … Continue reading

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Syndicat Northcrest v. Amselem: Setting the Bar for Freedom of Religion in Canada

I think it is fair to say that the Supreme Court of Canada’s judgment in Syndicat Northcrest v. Amselem is the leading interpretation of the right to Freedom of Religion in Canada. The decision sets out a way for judges … Continue reading

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Welcome and Commenting Policy

Hello World! Thank you for checking out my blog. This blog is a place for me to try and contribute something to the secular, atheist, and skeptic communities. I have some expertise in law, and I hope that my contribution … Continue reading

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