Rev. Brian Kiely was awarded the honoured Victor and Nancy Knight Living Tribute Award in Calgary at the CUC’s Annual Conference and Meeting. Each recipient is chosen by previous Knights, and this year’s winner, Rev. Brian Kiely, was selected by an illustrious group of previous Knight winners.
Every year, the Knight Award is presented to a living person who has, as a volunteer, contributed at the national level to furthering the principles of Unitarianism in Canada, and honours the ideals exemplified by the lives and work of Victor and Nancy Knight.
The Future of the CUC’s Annual Conference and Meeting
Our Annual Conference and Meeting has traditionally included both a business meeting and an extensive conference program for participants of all ages. For some time now, there have been concerns about the expense, participation rates, and staff and volunteer time … Continue reading
ACM Early-Bird Deadline Extended
Early bird deadline extended to April 21! Due to changes in communication methods recently, information about the Annual Conference and Meeting in Calgary may not have reached all our members. The early bird registration deadline has been extended to accommodate this. … Continue reading
CUC – United Nations Initiatives
The CUC is moving forward in United Nations activities. We are creating a CUC-UN Advisory Council, and coordinating the activities of envoys for congregations. These forward-looking initiatives are a result of the CUC – UU-UNO Partnership Agreement signed in 2011. … Continue reading
CUC Celebrates Whatcott Case Decision
The Canadian Unitarian Council and the Unitarian Congregation of Saskatoon celebrate the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision to uphold hate-speech provisions in the Saskatchewan Human Rights Code. The Unitarian Congregation of Saskatoon (UCS) was an Intervenor in this important case, … Continue reading