Monique Reimer
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Adding a Canuck perspective

Started this discussion. Last reply by Reggie Nov 10, 2009. 8 Replies

No doubt there are more to be had than just me.I'm in Saskatchewan. I recently joined the Saskatoon Freethinker's group which already looks like the best idea I've had in years. I've had an atheist…Continue

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I'm Canadian. I like books, movies and music. I have a B.A. in sociology and I minored in philosophy. I like cats, dumb jokes, and enjoy free time. I work at a library which I'd say was a godsend if I believed in god, because that job was my sanity sanctuary when my second job was one I couldn't stand. Libraries rule!
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I've been writing an atheist blog for over a year and read other blogs on similar topics of interest. I've already signed up for the Out Campaign and I'm on the Atheist Blogroll. I recently joined a Freethinkers group in my city and discovered this forum via Twitter. I think it would be worthwhile to be part of this group, too.
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Was never a part of one
Why you left your religion.
The closest religion I'd have to say I "left:" was Christianity but since my parents never raised me in a faith beyond selecting a Catholic school to put me in (other relatives were already going there). I can't claim a gradual or sudden loss of god-belief led me away. I never had any belief in the first place.
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Advertising is not the reason for the season

Posted on December 6, 2009 at 2:16pm 4 Comments

First post here, and I'm not being completely original. This is (adapted) from my own atheist blog, but I think it's worth sharing over here.


The American Humanist Association has a simple message to send out to people this year with their No God No Problem campaign. It advertises the need to be good for the sake of goodness and includes Humanist contact… Continue

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