Join CFIC on May 8 for our Celebrating Reason conference. Speakers and topics include:

  • Andy Thompson: Why We Believe in God(s)
  • Michael Wong: Science and Star Trek
  • Losing Our Religion (panel discussion)
  • Free Speech: A Cost Benefit Analysis (panel discussion)

...and more!

Pay what you can. Tickets available through Eventbrite.
Omer remains in lockdown in Nepal during the COVID-19 outbreak. Significant health issues have compounded his situation.

CFIC is looking for a volunteer to fill the role of Toronto Branch Manager. More details here.
If you are not already a member, please consider joining! If you are a member, consider introducing a friend to CFIC. Read more about our free book offer.
CFIC has been adding recordings of our events to our national YouTube channel.

Our newest additions include:

CFIC is committed to asking difficult questions, which can include talks on controversial subjects. Hosting a speaker does not imply agreement with their views.
The Disease of Loneliness
Sandra Dunham

The UK and Japan have each created a Ministry of Loneliness, based on research that has identified isolation as an overall health concern.

Parliamentary Petition to Include Atheist Refugee Claimants in the Less Complex Claims Policy

Thanks to all who signed! The petition received sufficient support. It will be presented to Parliament. Stay tuned for updates.

CFIC Publishes First Two Reports in Cost of Religion Series
Leslie Rosenblood

An introduction to CFIC’s analyses of the financial cost of religion to society.

Muslimish: Iran, Muslim-Minority Nation
Scott Douglas Jacobsen

Examining a surprising survey about religion among Iranians.

Re-Educating Chinas Uyghurs
Edan Tasca

In the Chinese province of Xinjiang, a largely Muslim ethnic group faces human rights violations.

Quebec Superior Court Rules (Mostly) In Favour of Bill 21
Leslie Rosenblood

An exploration of the implications of this month’s ruling on Bill 21.

Keith’s Conundrums: Existential Quantifiers
Keith Douglas

Answers from last month, and a puzzle about existential quantifiers.


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