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CFIC’s Best Critical Thinking Activities of 2021

2021 critical thinking - CFIC year in review
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CFIC’s Best Critical Thinking Activities of 2021

CFIC’s Best Secular Activities of 2021

2021 secularism - year in review
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CFIC’s Best Secular Activities of 2021

CFIC’s Best Science Activities of 2021

2021 science - CFIC year in review
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CFIC’s Best Science Activities of 2021

2022: What “Lies” Ahead

reflections on 2021 and some predictions for the coming year.
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2022: What “Lies” Ahead

CFIC Leaders Gaze into their Crystal Balls

Predictions for 2022 from the CFIC Leadership Team
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CFIC Leaders Gaze into their Crystal Balls

2021 – A Year in Review

CFIC is an educational charity. We share information about science, secularism, human rights and critical thinking. Here's how we did this in 2021.
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2021 – A Year in Review

Update from Omer – January 2022

Update from Omer
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Update from Omer – January 2022

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Thanks to all speakers and participants who attended CFIC’s second semi-annual virtual conference, on November 14.  We do appreciate the patience and forbearance of those who were with us from the beginning, when we had bit of a rocky start due to technical problems with the internet connections to our first speaker in Uganda. Videos of the talks are in the process of being posted on YouTube; so far the following talks are available: Religion and the Actor (William B Davis) Naturalizing the Uncanny (Dr Josh Redstone) Being a Black Atheist (Kathleen Johnson What is a Computational Theory of Mind (Keith Douglas)
How much does the Government of Canada subsidize religion? Click to read the four reports in our series on the Cost of Religion in Canada
Thanks to everyone who attended CFIC’s first virtual conference: Celebrating Reason.  If you missed it, or would like to see it again, videos for many of the talks are now available CFIC’s YouTube channel – more to come.
Check out CFIC on YouTube For those who have missed our online events and presentations, or would like to watch again, they are published on our YouTube channel, 2-3 weeks after the event.  Here are some of our new releases:

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