Humanists believe that this life is the only life we have. In order to lead a rich, meaningful life we must live ethically with each other and make decisions based on reasoned thought.


We meet to have interesting presenters come and to discuss interesting ideas.


We meet on the last Wednesday of the month.


We meet at the Bayfield Loblaws, in the second floor community room. (Formly Zehrs, stairs and elevator near deli.)

Who We Are

We are a community of non-believers. We invite all Humanists and Humanist-friendly people to participate with us, including atheists, agnostics, skeptics and other free-thinkers.

What we Like

Humanists love science and philosophy. Our meetings tends to include learning about science, talking about ethics, listening to charities and policy groups. We like to learn new things, and figure out how to make the world a better place.

A Humanist Life

We promote a positive, Humanistic lifestyle for non-religious people. We offer officiants for those who want non-religious weddings and funerals, and resources for people wanting to learn how to live a Humanistic life.

Monthly Meetings

We love to learn new things and seek new perspectives on the world. This is because we want to know as many true things and as few false things as possible. Try us for for free.

Learn with us


We are a social and education organization. As Humanists we understand the needs to meet with like minded people and to be free to speak your mind. On top of our monthly meetings, we discussion ideas online via email groups and Facebook groups. Be part of our community.

Connect with us


As Humanists, we believe it is our responsibility to live compassionately and ethically toward others. We only have each other. Every spring we collecting money for our Kiva loaning program. Every fall we collect money for Plan Canada’s stack of books to developing countries. And at every meeting we take donations for the food bank.

Give with us

We endeavour to be guided by discussion, debate and rational thought when making choices. We come together to disagree: it’s our like minded approach to knowledge and reason that draws us together, not our conclusions. Where Humanist associations exist, we prize honest discussion, critical thinking, ethics, science and community.