The Humanist Association of Toronto provides a focus of activities and discussion for Humanists in the Toronto area. Please note: HAT events are open to the public, and views expressed do not necessarily represent the official views of the Humanist Association of Toronto. For all public statements, educational events, media enquiries, please contact the webeditor, who will forward your enquiry to our Spokesperson.
The Humanist Forum meets Saturday morning 11am-1pm
The Monthly Meeting the 2nd or 3rd Saturday at 1:30pm (TBD)
The Steering Committee meets 1st Wednesday, 7pm
The Book Group meets monthly.

EVENT: Humanist Canada lectures at Innis April 18

Humanist Canada is launching its first lecture series this spring in the form of an exciting bicentennial Darwin Day celebration! This special event will be in the form of a debate series with speakers discussing such hot topics such as ethics, sexuality, genetic engineering, and immortality, as they relate to science, humanity, faith, and morality. The event will take place at Innis Hall at the University of Toronto campus at 6:30 pm SATURDAY APRIL 18, 2009

The debaters are Dr Christopher diCarlo and Michael Coren and the speakers include: Dr Jean Saindon, Assistant Professor, Division of Natural Science & Philosophy and George Dvorsky, board director at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, who speaks on the scientific, political and social issues surrounding human biotechnology. Full details and registration information coming soon!

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HAT meetings are free and open to members and the public. Call (416) 966-1361 for location information. ___________________________________________________
The Humanist Forum meets Saturday morning 11am-1pm.
The Monthly Meeting, is usually the second Saturday at 1:30pm; specifics should be found on this blog.
The Steering Committee meets the first Wednesday of each month, at 7pm.
The Book Group usually meets on the first Saturday afternoon of the month.