CFI Canada 2014: Moving Forward
CFI Canada works to combat the harm of superstition, pseudoscience and religion by advancing the values of reason, science and secularism through education, activism and community.
CFI Canada is in the midst of planning for 2014. Our mandate covers secularism, atheism, pseudoscience and skepticism.
What do you think are the most important initiatives we should be working on, on your behalf?
Please add your suggestions in the comments below.
This page provides an opportunity for CFI Canada’s leadership team to gather input from members/Friends of CFI and others who are interested in the direction of CFI Canada. Respectful disagreement and discussion is encouraged, but we ask all participants to keep their comments reasonable and rational, and refrain from personal attacks. If you have specific concerns, please bring them to the attention of the CFI Board of Directors.
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