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May 15, 2010 Les scientologues contre-attaquent — Le Devoir (Québec, Canada) More: La scientologie dans le temps, Une opposition «Anonymous», Unofficial English translation
Le Devoir (Québec, Canada)
Objectif: soigner l'image du mouvement pour stimuler le recrutement [Picture / Caption: Le porte-parole de l’Église de scientologie de Montréal, Jean Larivière, devant l’édifice que le mouvement vient d’acquérir au centre-ville de Montréal. Un projet de 10 millions après rénovations] L'Église de scientologie prépare une offensive majeure au Canada. D'ici deux ans, cette organisation controversée compte construire d'attrayants lieux de culte à coups de millions dans les grandes villes du pays. Une opération charme sans précédent visant à recruter de plus ...
May 12, 2008 Did Canadian President of Scientology Implicitly Threaten Protester?! — The Frame Problem
The Frame Problem
Here is a video of “Reverend” Yvette Shank, President of the “Church” of Scientology Canada, speaking to a protester on an April 20 mini-raid protest in Toronto. Shank asks the protester why she is not wearing a mask. The protester says she is not wearing a mask on account of the warm weather and because she is not afraid of CoS and does not think that the CoS could find her anyway. Shank says that CoS would not even bother trying ...
Mar 3, 2008 The truth about Scientology — National Post
The truth about Scientology
Yvette Shank, National Post
Published: Monday, March 03, 2008
Jonathan Kay's article on Scientology and its founder L. Ron Hubbard ("In fear of Xenu," Jan. 18.) certainly didn't give the picture of the religion I have known for the past 40 years. From a very young age I found myself asking many questions: Who am I? What am I? Where do I come from? How can I help my friends and family? And I finally found what ...
Feb 11, 2008 200 cruise by Scientology HQ / Yonge St. demonstration part of global protest — Toronto Sun (Canada)
Feb 10, 2008 Scientology's Legion of Doom — Torontoist
Feb 2, 2008 New life for a landmark — Winnipeg Free Press
Winnipeg Free Press
The Church of Scientology plans to spend up to $10 million to convert a landmark building in the Exchange District into a church and community outreach centre.
Rev. Yvette Shank, president of the church's Canadian office in Toronto, said the church plans to undertake a major refurbishing of the 115-year-old Peck Building, which it quietly acquired last March for a previously unheard of price for the Exchange of $2.2 million.
"We love it," Shank said of the six-storey, brick-and-stone building at ...
Jan 26, 2008 'Geek war' predicted — Sun Media
Aug 22, 1980 Church's action dismissed by court — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Globe and Mail (Canada)
EDMONTON (CP) — A Church of Scientology defamation action against seven people has been dismissed in Court of Queen's Bench because the church did not produce $45,000 security to cover costs. The defendants in the action were Lorna Levett, Les Jackman, Brendon Moore, William Reid, Neil Taylor and David Wallace, all of Calgary, and Betty McCoy of Edmonton. Yvette Shank, director of public affairs for the church in Alberta, said yesterday the church did not deposit the security with the court ...
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