Protesters challenging Quebec Bill 21
October 4th, 2019

Activists are challenging Quebec’s controversial religious symbols ban on the grounds it is discriminatory towards Muslims. But the courts say they’ve failed to show the bill has caused “irreparable harm”,despite submitted testimony from Muslim women who were forced to choose between their career and their faith. Continue reading

a black mass ceremony taking place
August 13th, 2019

The controversial Satanic Temple is back at it again, this time hosting its first Canadian ‘black mass’ ritual in an Ottawa bar. The controversial events are designed to make a statement about free speech but often draw more protesters than Satanists. Continue reading

Canadian Muslim Woman in front of Canadian Flag
August 6th, 2019

Quebec’s government passed a law banning public servants like police officers, teachers, and other government employees from wearing any kind of religious symbols or headgear. Muslim women say the law unfairly targets them, given the visibility of their hijabs in comparison to other religious headwear or accessories. Continue reading

Toronto protester Jordan Hunt
October 5th, 2018

A shocking incident at a religious group’s anti-abortion protest in Toronto has gone viral. Things got heated when a male activist confronted female protesters waving pro-life messages, and during the argument he suddenly delivered a forceful roundhouse kick. Continue reading

Sweet Jesus vampire girl
April 2nd, 2018

Toronto-based ice cream company “Sweet Jesus” is famous for its unconventional marketing – from humorous religious references to advertisements featuring images of vampiric children and upside-down crosses. But when Sweet Jesus decided to expand into the U.S., they encountered heavy opposition from outraged Christian groups. Continue reading

February 6th, 2018

Justin Trudeau believes it’s time to move on from the term “mankind”. During a town hall event last week, the Canadian Prime Minister interrupted a young woman in the audience, telling her not to use the term “mankind” and instead say “peoplekind.” Continue reading

Ministry of Public Safety Vic Toews
October 15th, 2012

Pretend for a moment you are a pagan living in prison. You request spiritual advice and solace from a chaplain of your own faith and, when they arrive, you are surprised to see a Christian minister wearing a cross round … Continue reading