As Unitarians who respect the inherent worth and dignity of every human being and promote the goal of a world community with peace and justice for all, we are saddened by the unnecessary loss of life, and the violence in Ottawa as well as the attack on two soldiers in St-Jean sur Richelieu, Quebec on Oct 20th. We mourn with the family of Cpl. Nathan Cirillo, a reservist from Hamilton who woke up on Wednesday to go to his task of standing guard at the National War Memorial.
We stand on the side of love and peace, and encourage Unitarians across the country to live our principles, continue to be informed, and where possible, be a calm and loving influence.
- “Seeking Justice in A Changing Land” – Call for Facilitators
CUC Annual Conference & Meeting, May 15 – 17, 2015 Are you passionate about justice? Are you convinced that Canadian Unitarians can make a difference? The CUC Annual Conference and Meeting, May 15–17, 2015, in Ottawa’s theme is Seeking Justice in … Continue reading
- Gathering in the Fall
Join in community with fellow UUs in your region, to learn together and share in the strengths we foster within one another. The CUC’s Regional Fall Gatherings are a chance to network, to share stories, challenges and successes face-to-face with individual UUs with … Continue reading
- Rallies for Choice
October 15th, 2014 will mark a significant step in the Assisted Dying conversation. The Supreme Court of Canada will hear appeals for the right of the terminally ill to have medical help to die. The CUC has intervenor status and … Continue reading
- Canadian Unitarians Marching for Climate Justice
The weekend of September 20, 2014 saw an unprecedented mobilization in the name of sustainability. The People’s Climate March, reported to be the largest climate march in history, took place in New York City on Sunday, September 21, with 2808 … Continue reading