These books, stories and reports have been published by the BC Humanist Association to promote a broader understanding of what Humanism is and what Humanists think about different issues.
Except for the books (which are republished with permission), these materials are published under our Creative Commons license, which means you are free to use and re-purpose the materials provided you credit the author or the BC Humanist Association.
Analysis and reports published by the BC Humanist Association.
Separation of Religion and Government in Retrograde: The impact of star signs on BC Legislative politics
The Duty of Neutrality Beyond Saguenay: Unconstitutional Prayers at Municipal Councils in British Columbia
Pass or Fail? Comparing the performance of private and public school graduates in post-secondary education
Public opinion research commissioned by the BC Humanist Association.
Letters, briefs and consultation responses to all levels of government and courts.
BCHA calls on Parliamentary committee to enshrine physician-assisted dying rights in healthcare system
British Columbians join bloggers, free speech campaigners, humanist associations, religious and ex-Muslim groups to protest Bangladeshi blogger murders
The following books have been published or republished with permission by the BC Humanist Association. See each book for specific copyright information. The opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the BCHA or the Board of Directors.
Everyone of our members has a unique story about how they came to Humanism. We are privileged to be able to share some of these with you.
The opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the BCHA or the Board of Directors.