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Since 1968, we have been at the forefront of creating a fair and equal society guided by critical thinking and compassion. We are committed to putting Humanism into practice through education programs, such as our monthly webinar series and our soon-to-be launched Public Humanities program, which will offer tools to build competencies and skills in pursuit of a deeper knowledge of Humanism.

We also present the annual Dr. Henry Morgentaler Scholarship in partnership with the Ontario Coalition of Abortion Clinics (OCAC) to a student pursuing a medical degree with a focus on women’s health and access to abortion, and we sponsor an essay contest to encourage students in learning more about Humanism.


Our Public Humanities Courses, grounded in the tradition of a Liberal Arts curriculum for the harmonious development of individuals, are designed for students of all ages from all walks of life.

Essay Contest

Humanist Canada  sponsors an essay contest to encourage students to think analytically, and learn more about Humanism.




Our webinars provide a platform for a wide range of topics and perspectives, including those of scholars, activists, industry experts, civil servants, and journalists.


Humanist Canada provides discussion group on Humanist issues.

Our Library

Check out our events and monthly webinar series, and share our video archive to spread the word about our work!

Morgentaler Scholarship

In partnership with the Ontario Coalition of Abortion Clinics (OCAC), we administer the Dr. Henry Morgentaler Memorial Scholarship.

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