The Medicine Wheel Revisited: Indigenizing the Enlightenment

Dr. Lloyd Hawkeye Robertson explores a process of Indigenization a way of linking rationalism and scientific principles to traditional Indigenous concepts in culturally appropriate ways.

Update From Omer
Omer’s health has improved. He is hoping for a virtual interview soon with IRCC.

CFIC has been adding recordings of our events to our national YouTube channel.

Our newest additions include videos from the recent Conference for Inquiry:

CFIC is committed to asking difficult questions, which can include talks on controversial subjects. Hosting a speaker does not imply agreement with their views.
Toward Maturity: Artificial Womb Technology
John Varghese

Examining the scientific progress toward creating a life outside a natural womb.

Flagpole Is Hardly the Biggest Waste
Richard Thain

Juxtaposing the “problem” of the Pride flag against the real problem of the cost of religion.

CFIC Responds to the Canadian Centre for Christian Charities
Leslie Rosenblood

Our response to the CCCC’s criticism of CFIC's Cost of Religion series.

Direct Government Subsidies of Religion
Leslie Rosenblood

The third installment in our Cost of Religion series examines government subsidies.

Keith’s Conundrums: Are We Classically Computational?
Keith Douglas

Solution to last month’s conundrum. This month: Are we classically computational or something else?


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