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Around Town: Community Benefits?, Folk Fest, Indigenous leaders . . .

Premier John Horgan announced new guidelines for major infrastructure projects in BC July 16. A couple of Christian organizations, at least, are objecting to major elements of the plan. The Christian Labour Association of Canada (CLAC), was mentioned prominently in a…

Around Town: Our Stories Shape Us, Worship Invasion at 20, TWU dorm . . .

The Walk for Reconciliation has come and gone, and Regent College is hosting an event this Saturday (September 30) which should offer an ideal opportunity to think through some of the issues it raised: Our Stories Shape Us: History, Faith & Practice of the…

Around Town: Walk for Reconciliation, Family Matters, Reformation

Four years ago, following the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, some 70,000 people braved the rain to take part in a Walk for Reconciliation. On September 24 we will have another Walk for Reconciliation. Sponsored by Reconciliation Canada and supported by an…

The spread of World Christianity has a chequered history

When you tackle World Christianity on a Friday evening and part of Saturday – allowing for generous coffee breaks – you can expect to miss a few of the fine points.    But the cast of scholars collected by Regent…