In culmination of the Kelowna and Kamloops Atheist Bus Campaigns, featuring the slogan "There's probably no god. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life", run by the Centre for Inquiry, CFI's National Director and the Campaign's Chief Spokesperson Justin Trottier will undertake a Western Canadian speaking tour
Consumer advocates in Toronto to join others around the world in a simultaneous demonstration
The One School System Network (OSSN), a coalition of teachers, civil rights, secularist and religious groups, will hold a rally calling for the end of tax-payer funding to the Roman Catholic public school system.
The Committee for the Advancement of Scientific Skepticism at the Centre for Inquiry warns parents this week not to buy into the hype surrounding the supposed health effects of wireless networks. There is no evidence to suggest that children are even suffering an illness, let alone that Wi-Fi is the cause of it.
Montréal will host the largest gathering of international leaders and celebrities in the freethought movement ever held in North America and the first of its kind in Canada.
CFI Advisory Fellow Christopher diCarlo will examine evidence that has allowed anthropologists to trace the lineage of human descent. He will draw the conclusion that despite the widespread tendency of certain groups to segregate and regard themselves as ‘chosen people’, evidence of our common evolutionary descent should undermine these social barriers.