I’m usually taken aback when I have conversations similar to the one I had yesterday afternoon. It was my day off, and I went out for lunch by myself. It […]
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Entries by Buckwheat
The less that parents “walk the walk” about religious beliefs, the more likely their children are to walk away. In 2009, Joseph Henrich, a professor in the Psychology and Economics […]
written by John Waddington Why do we have religions? They are everywhere. In the present we are down to a few big ones, but it wasn’t always that way. It seems […]
Source: CBC Radio – ‘The Sunday Edition’, August 17, 2018 Climate change is on a lot of people’s minds during this summer of extreme heat and lethal wildfires across the Northern […]
written by John Waddington For over one hundred years, evolution of organic creatures has been accepted as a fact. That over millions of years life has developed and improved from simple […]
These articles and links are from the BC Humanist Association’s website. So let’s dig into the background first. This case centred on whether the Law Society of BC has […]
Author: Yvonne LeBlanc-Smith · CBC News · Posted: Jun 05, 2018 3:43 PM “If you are not comfortable selling something, you have to make some sort of a stand on it,” says pharmacist. A drug […]
written by Tania Kuehn A few days ago, I was at work and mentioned to a co-worker that I’d had a somewhat frustrating morning due to a few incidents that […]
written by Tania Kuehn It’s been a year of babies, here in my little world. A couple weeks ago, a friend called and we chatted briefly, as we do a […]
A woman in Spain died after undergoing a supposedly routine “bee acupuncture” treatment and then suffering an allergic reaction that put her in a coma. Read more at this link: […]
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