Petition to end religious favoritism in education
Revealing the preponderance of Christianity in the Calgary Police Service.
People who live in secular societies are safer, healthier, and happier than those living in religious states. Secular nations fare better on virtually every socio-economic measure: maternal health, morbidity, mortality, addiction, mental illness, and more. Secular societies are more peaceful and have lower crime rates. In short, secular societies are better societies. Leslie Rosenblood, Secular Chair, CFIC
Ontario’s Bill 98 – first step to One School System?
Are you (or do you know) an Alberta lawyer with Human Rights experience?