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New on our blog. Sue’s excellent interview with David Berner of Shaw TV http://ow.ly/2X8N29
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New on our blog. Obituary – Gerard Bloem, PhD 1914 – 2015 http://ow.ly/2WXuSV
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New on our blog. Hemant Mehta – The Friendly Atheist and Armin Navabi Saturday 28 March 2015 http://ow.ly/2WzR0S
Hemant Mehta – The Friendly Atheist and Armin Navabi Saturday 28 March 2015. 03 27 15'. Written by Ullrich Fischer. 0 Comments. Don't miss a very interesting session with a pair of very interesting, newer than “new” atheists. HemantArminMeetup. Click here to buy your tickets at Eventbrite.
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New on our blog. Secular groups are also part of the Whole Society http://ow.ly/2WtOTE
Re: We need a new conversation on religion and secularism in Canada, March 18. I was pleased to see Geoffrey Cameron and Karen Hamilton note the benefits of secularism in promoting tolerance, respect, science, and free thought. Unfortunately, they seem interested in perpetuating imagined dangers ...
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Building the humanist community through education, outreach, support, and advocacy.
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Since 1984 the British Columbia Humanist Association has worked to build a community based on the humanist values of reason and compassion through education, outreach, support, and advocacy.

We hold regular meetings every Sunday at the Oakridge Seniors Centre, starting at 10am. All are welcome to join us.

Check out our website for more current events. http://bchumanist.ca
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