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- Silenced: How non-religious charities are being censored by the CRA
- BCHA asks Health Committee to end religious coercion in addictions recovery
- Fifty-four secular groups call for repeal of Greek blasphemy law
- Our arguments in TWU vs LSBC
- Amend Bill C-14: Restore the patient-centred approach
- BCHA joins global call to UN High Commissioner for Refugees to respect non-religious worldviews
- Humanists to Abbotsford superintendent: End bible distribution or permit atheist comics
- Write your MP to guarantee choice
- Use private member's bill to take god out of anthem
- BCHA calls on Parliamentary committee to enshrine physician-assisted dying rights in healthcare system
- Listen to the compassionate
- Poet sentenced to death for apostasy in Saudi Arabia
- Humanist veterans call for inclusive Remembrance Day ceremonies
- BCHA joins statement calling on Canadian government to aid Bangladeshi secularists
- Humanists call on BC Health Minister to adopt assisted dying recommendations
- Make Canada a safe haven for persecuted Bangladeshi Humanists
- BC Humanist Association response to assisted dying consultations
- Recognizing lawyers from TWU legitimizes discrimination
- British Columbians join bloggers, free speech campaigners, humanist associations, religious and ex-Muslim groups to protest Bangladeshi blogger murders
- BC Humanist Response to Climate Leadership Plan
- Religious advertising continues in Abbotsford schools
- FOI request reveals Bible distribution officially ended in Chilliwack schools
- Let Margot Bentley Die With Dignity
- Humanists oppose Kamloops pro-life banner
- Rescind anti-choice proclamation