Humanist Association of Toronto (HAT): HAT MONTHLY MEETING, Sat March 9, 1:30pm – 3pm, Shawn Newton, ‘Religious Humanism’.
Save the date, if you are in Toronto, and interesting in hearing Shawn talk about Alain de Bott0n, among other topics.
HAT Monthly Meeting DATE: Sat March 9, 2013, 1:30pm-3pm LOCATION: OISE, 252 Bloor Street West, Room [...]
Why? Exploring Life’s Key Questions
(Gail Mccabe, Past president of OHS and the Spokesperson for HAT and OHS will be speaking at this free panel tomorrow at the University of Toronto)
When: Wednesday Feb 6, 13, 27 and Mar 6 5:30 to 7:00pm Where:Room 3 of Knox College (56 St.George Street) Details:All events are free [...]
HAT MONTHLY MEETING: Sat Feb 9, “Slavery: It’s history, legacy, and Why it persists”
HAT MONTHLY MEETING: DATE: Sat. Feb 9, 2013 1:30-3pm TOPIC: “Slavery: Its History, Legacy and Why It Persists” SPEAKER: Dr. Martin Klein LOCATION: OISE, 252 Bloor Street W, Room 4-414
Dr. Martin Klein is Professor Emeritus of History at the University [...]
Humanist Association of Toronto (HAT): Obituary for HAT member George Baker.
Obituary for HAT member George Baker
Born in Burin, Newfoundland on March 19, 1924. Died Monday, January 7, 2013 By Don Cullen
A true and magnanimous friend to the humanist community in Canada has died. George Baker lost his battle with cancer. He [...]
THIS NOTICE IS PASSED ON BY HAT, but some OHS members also know Swami Manavatavadi, and you may read about his work on the IHEU website, below.
[ Swami Manavatavadi gave a presentation to the HAT Monthly Meeting in November, about his work with children in India. Swami is a rationalist who runs a religion-free [...]
Humanist Association of Toronto (HAT): HAT MONTHLY MEETING NOV 10 – NEW SPEAKER!.
We are very pleased to say that HAT will be holding our Monthly Meeting on November 10, 1pm, at OISE, 252 Bloor Street West.
Although we had to cancel, due to the unavailabity of our scheduled speaker, thanks to Kevin Saldanha, we [...]
Humanist Association of Toronto (HAT): Heather Mallick accepts Humanist Of The Year Award, 2012.
Tanya Long, Programme Directory, presented the Humanist of the Year award for 2012 to Toronto Star journalist, and author, Heather Mallick, at OISE on Sept 15. As a controversial, thought-provoking, staunch defender of human rights, HAT has named Heather Mallick [...]
Canada News: Ottawa to eavesdrop on travellers entering/exiting Canada – thestar.com. Civil liberties – dropping and dropping…)
A Halifax privacy lawyer says Ottawa has no business eavesdropping on the conversation of travellers at Canadian airports and border crossings.
David Fraser was referring to the decision by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) to install high-definition [...]
Humanist Association of Toronto: HAT Monthly Meeting: Doug Gibson.
HAT Monthly Speaker Meeting Saturday, June 9, 2012 1:30 – 3 pm OISE, 252 Bloor Street W
“Stories About Storytellers: publisher Douglas Gibson shares his experiences of working with some of our greatest writers.” “No one has done more for Canadian Literature than this man, Douglas [...]