Journalist and science writer Kavin Senapathy sheds light on the age-old alarmism over vaccines, including what social justice has to do with risk perception.
Secularism in Canada — January 28

Leslie Rosenblood (CFIC Treasurer and Secularism Chair) will discuss secularism in Canada: What it is, what it isn't, and why it's the means to maximal freedom for all.

Greg Caruso, co-director of the Justice Without Retribution Network, presents arguments against retributivism, and explores non-retributive alternatives.

RESCHEDULED: Dr. Eike Kluge is a professor of philosophy at the University of Victoria. He is the first expert witness in medical ethics recognized by Canadian courts.

The CFIC virtual conference will be held in the spring of 2021. We welcome volunteers! For more information, please email Conference Chair, Seanna Watson.
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2020: A Year That Will Change the World
Sandra Dunham

Did this challenging year force us to find solutions to assist our planet and the lives of many people around the world?

#WhiteWednesday: We’ve Power by Weave, Linen, and Women
Scott Douglas Jacobsen

An ongoing public protest by women in Iran against compulsory hijab, symbolized by white scarves and cloths.

Keeping Your Humour ... While Those About You are Losing Theirs
Doug Skeggs

2020 has reminded us about the importance of keeping your humour to survive through difficult times.

Keith's Conundrums: Spot the Unusual
Keith Douglas

Looking for something unusual in an interesting trivia search.

  • January 4, 1643, is the official birthday of Isaac Newton.
  • On January 8, 1610, four moons of Jupiter were independently discovered.
  • January 11 is Learn Your Name in Morse Code Day.
  • January 18 is Thesaurus Day.
  • On January 29, 1895, Charles Steinmetz created A/C power.

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