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Read our February news and updates here.
If an event has to be canceled due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances, we’ll try to get the word out ASAP. Check this page, our Facebook page, or our MeetUp page for announcements and updates.
Calls to Action
As Humanists, we need to support and speak up about what matters to us.
Support “Audrey’s Amendment” to Canada’s Assisted Dying law
Audrey Parker died sooner than she would have preferred, because of the unfairness of the current legislation.
Click here to learn more and sign the letter to the federal justice minister.
Enter this essay contest
Humanist Canada is holding an essay contest for high school students. Complete contest details are available on the Humanist Canada website. Deadline to enter is 01 March 2019.
Demand an end to forced patient transfers for assisted dying
Publicly-funded, faith-based health care facilities prohibit assisted dying, and sometimes even related assessments, on their property.
Let your premier know that you want that changed.
Charity of the Month
Our February Charity of the Month is the Burrowing Owl Recovery Program.
See the newsletter for more information.
Click here to take a look at a list of charities we have supported in the past.
Recent News and Views
Why doesn’t God make himself known? (1/28/2019)- Peter Enns (aka The Village Atheist), a member of HAAM’s partner group, the Eastman Humanist Community, was asked the following question on Quora: If God created the Earth and wanted humans to know that he created it, why did he not write an indestructible Bible instead of having humans write it for him? This was his response: This is a very […] Outreach Report: Stonewall Corn and Apple? (9/25/2018)- That seems like a strange title for this report, but it was a busy August for HAAM as we did two outreach events back to back – at Stonewall Quarry Days and the Morden Corn and Apple Festival. Six days of outreach within two weeks felt like one big long event, and it was hard […] Publicly Funded Groups Must Respect Human Rights (1/29/2018)- The January 25th edition of the Steinbach Carillon published a column by Michael Zwaagstra regarding the attestation that applicants for the Federal Summer Jobs Program are required to sign before receiving public money. (The column is behind a paywall.) Mr Zwaagstra is a teacher, a Steinbach city councillor, an evangelical Christian, and a contributor to […]
Read more issues and opinions here.