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665 saint-joseph québec qc canada • anonymous (group) • anti-psychiatry • canada • citizens commission on human rights (cchr) • commission des citoyens pour les droits de l'homme (ccdh, aka cchr) • concordia university • cost • david miscavige • fraud, lie, deceit, misrepresentation • globe and mail (canada) • jean larivière • le soleil (québec, canada) • membership • montreal gazette • narconon (aka scientology drug rehab) • national post (canada) • protest, picket • quebec • real estate • stephen a. kent • toronto • xenu (operating thetan level 3, ot 3, wall of fire) • youth for human rights international • yvette shank
Reference materials 3rd Line East Mono ON Canada182 Rue Sainte Catherine Est Montréal QC CanadaPeck Building @ 33 Princess Street Winnipeg MB Canada
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Nov 17, 2009
Doit-on s'inquiéter de la scientologie à Québec? — Impact Campus (Université Laval, Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Patrick Petitclerc
Source: Impact Campus (Université Laval, Canada)
L’Église de scientologie a investi 4 millions de dollars pour l’aménagement d’une église de nouvelle génération au centre du quartier Nouvo St-Roch. Ce super centre, qui sera le plus moderne au Canada, ouvrira d’ici peu ses portes sur la rue St-Joseph. Avec les scandales qui éclaboussent l’Église depuis quelques mois, doit-on s’inquiéter de son expansion à Québec? ? La question n’est pas de critiquer les croyances de qui que ce soit. Par contre, il est nécessaire de se questionner sur certaines ...
Nov 5, 2009
Blown for Good / Behind the iron curtain of Scientology (book) - 21 More than a party — BFG Books
Oct 30, 2009
Scientology - Former Scientologist [Interview with Marty Rathbun] — CBC
Type: Radio
Author(s): Hana Gartner
Source: CBC
Despite the upbeat tones of its advertising campaign, it's been a tough week for the Church of Scientology. First, Canadian movie director Paul Haggis — one of the church's oldest and most respected members — quit over what he says is the church's refusal to denounce an anti-gay marriage bill in California. He outlined his reasons in a letter to the Church's spokesperson, Tommy Davis. Despite the upbeat tones of its advertising campaign, it's been a tough week for the Church ...
Oct 28, 2009
Scientologie: l'Église québécoise reprend textuellement les arguments de sa contrepartie française — Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Jean Pascal Lavoie
Source: Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
(Québec) Le jugement du tribunal français à l'encontre de l'Église de scientologie de France est loin de décourager l'Église de Québec. Celle-ci y voit même une reconnaissance implicite de sa légitimité. «Tout d'abord, et c'est peut-être le plus important, le tribunal français a reconnu aujourd'hui que l'Église de scientologie devait continuer ses activités religieuses en France», a réagi par courriel Karine Bélanger, responsable des relations publiques de l'Église de Québec. «Il n'a pas pu échapper à la réalité qu'il existe une ...
Oct 3, 2009
Justin Trottier: Violence at anti-Scientology protest — National Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Justin Trottier
Source: National Post
I've often been puzzled by the international and well-attended protests against the Church of Scientology, led by the leaderless internet group known as Anonymous since early 2008. Why target this specific religion? Why engage in protests without public spokespeople? And why wear those silly Guy Fawkes masks? Now I have an answer, at least to that last question. On Saturday, September 19, around 12:30pm AST, a small group met for a routine Scientology protest in Halifax in a vacant lot across ...
Aug 4, 2009
New Scientology Advanced Organization for Canada — PR-inside.com
Type: Press release
Source: PR-inside.com
Scientology parishioners learned this week of a milestone in Scientology history when Mr. David Miscavige, Chairman of the Board Religious Technology Center, announced the acquisition of a 159,400 square feet, 190 acre facility for the future home of the Advanced Organization of Canada. Not only will this provide the advanced training and counseling services for all Canadian parishioners, it will also house the Canadian Scientology national offices that coordinate Scientology expansion and social betterment programs for the country. First announced by ...
Aug 1, 2009
En bref - Entre les griffes de la scientologie [French] — Le Devoir (Québec, Canada)
More: unofficial English translation
Type: Press
Source: Le Devoir (Québec, Canada)
Dans un témoignage troublant intitulé Voyage au coeur de la scientologie (Privé, 2009), le musicien d'origine belge Alain Stoffen raconte comment il est tombé, alors qu'il vivait en France dans les années 1980, sous l'emprise de cette organisation. Attiré là par un ami qui ne lui voulait, bien sûr, que du bien et motivé par l'idée d'imiter son idole, le pianiste de jazz et scientologue Chick Corea, Stoffen s'est inscrit à quelques cours dispensés par cette secte. La suite est une ...
Apr 30, 2009
Letters / Scientology displayed — Montreal Mirror
Type: Press
Source: Montreal Mirror
Scientology displayed [Re: Scientology on display, News, April 23] The only thing more disturbing than the Church of Scientologys presence in the atrium of the Concordia library last week is the university administrations laissez-faire attitude about the indiscriminate rental of its common spaces. Its completely inappropriate that Concordia spokesperson Christine Mota encourages members of the university community to get a grip and chill while access to our library is given over to anyone who can afford the price. The attention of ...
Apr 22, 2009
Letters // Scientologists didn't deserve a soapbox — Montreal Gazette
More: montrealgazette.com
Type: Press
Source: Montreal Gazette
Re: "Scientologists have a right to speak, too" (Editorial, April 19). Your editorial's plaintive title betrays a fundamental misapprehension of the issues involved. No one denies the right of Scientologists to say whatever they want, however wrong and untrue it might be. What some people are concerned about, however, is the fact that they are being given a publicly-funded, intellectual soapbox - the Atrium of Concordia University's library building - from which to make their crackpot claims. That is the issue. ...
Apr 19, 2009
Editorial / Scientologists have a right to speak, too — Montreal Gazette
Type: Press
Source: Montreal Gazette
It's a name apparently designed to win friends and influence people. After all, what part of "the Citizen's Commission on Human Rights" can you be against? In truth, however, this noble-sounding group has a specific agenda that is much more controversial than citizenry, human rights, or any solemn commission. All the same, Concordia University has done exactly the right thing in allowing this group to express itself on campus. The CCHR is affiliated with the Church of Scientology, an organization with ...
Apr 18, 2009
Controversy at Concordia — CTV (Montreal, Canada)
Type: TV
Author(s): Cindy Sherwin
Source: CTV (Montreal, Canada)
A large and graphic exhibition sponsored by the Church of Scientology is on display at the university. Cindy Sherwin has the story.
Apr 17, 2009
Controversy surrounds Scientology-linked exhibition at Concordia — Montreal Gazette
More: rickross.com
Type: Press
Source: Montreal Gazette
Flak is flying at Concordia University this week over the school's decision to allow an exhibition sponsored by the Church of Scientology. University officials have been bombarded with email. Protesters have put together a YouTube video of the show and yesterday staged a demo outside the McConnell library building - where the exhibition is being held till Sunday - to register their objections. The exhibition was sponsored by the Citizens' Commission on Human Rights, which is affiliated with the Church of ...
Apr 14, 2009
Scientology's CCHR group at Concordia // Students protest as Scientology group settles in library atrium — The Link (Concordia University)
Type: Press
Author(s): John Coy
Source: The Link (Concordia University)
On April 9, the Montreal branch of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights—an organization opposed to psychiatry and psychiatric drugs—set up a large exhibit occupying the whole atrium of Concordia University’s downtown library building. Students had no way of knowing that the CCHR is a sister organization of the Church of Scientology, unless they read the fine print of pamphlets being handed out. By 6 p.m. a small group of students stood outside of the exhibit’s entrance with a sign reading, ...
Apr 9, 2009
Seizure killed Travolta's son — Globe and Mail (Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Zosia Bielski
Source: Globe and Mail (Canada)
Intense scrutiny has focused on John Travolta's family after the death of the actor's chronically ill 16-year-old son Jett, who died at the family's vacation home at a Grand Bahama resort on Friday. Yesterday, an undertaker said the death certificate concluded that the cause of death was a seizure, and that the teen's body showed no sign of head trauma despite earlier police reports that he hit his head on a bathtub. Mr. Travolta, 54, and wife Kelly Preston, 46, were ...
Feb 26, 2009
Scientology stalled / Credit crunch and other spending put the brakes on the church’s downtown project — Montreal Mirror
Feb 19, 2009
Que se passe-t-il au club de golf Les vieilles Forges? — TVA Trois-Rivières (Quebec, Canada)
More: Video
Feb 14, 2009
Église de scientologie au centre-ville: le projet bat de l'aile — La Presse (Montréal, Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Violaine Ballivy
Source: La Presse (Montréal, Canada)
Tous les mois depuis un an, le groupe Anonymous manifeste devant les locaux actuels de l'Église de scientologie, rue Papineau à Montréal. La manifestation a attiré une vingtaine de personnes, hier. Le groupe qualifie le mouvement de «secte» et l'accuse de commettre des abus envers ses membres Photo: Robert Skinner, La Presse Le projet d'expansion de l'Église de scientologie à Montréal a du plomb dans l'aile. Son déménagement au centre-ville, prévu initialement pour 2008, n'aura pas lieu avant la fin de ...
Feb 10, 2009
Les raëliens appuient l'Église de scientologie — Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Jean Pascal Lavoie
Source: Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
Jean Pascal Lavoie Le Soleil (Québec) L'Église de scientologie reçoit l'appui du Mouvement raëlien dans son projet d'implanter un lieu de culte dans le quartier Saint-Roch. Les raëliens ont réagi aux propos du cardinal Marc Ouellet, qui s'interrogeait la semaine dernière sur les critères de reconnaissance des religions au Québec. Celui-ci refusait de considérer l'Église de scientologie en tant que religion. «Je ne sais pas en vertu de quel principe ce statut leur a été accordé. Mais malheureusement, au Québec, tout ...
Feb 4, 2009
Église de scientologie dans Saint-Roch: un investissement majeur... et intrigant — Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
Feb 4, 2009
Scientologie: «Ce n'est pas une Église» - Mgr Ouellet — Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Ian Bussières
Source: Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
(Thetford Mines) Le cardinal Marc Ouellet s'est interrogé mercredi sur les critères du gouvernement du Québec pour reconnaître les corporations religieuses au lendemain de l'annonce de la construction par l'Église de scientologie d'un lieu de culte au coût de 4 millions $ dans le quartier Saint-Roch. «Je sais qu'en Europe, notamment en Allemagne, en Belgique et en France, il y a des endroits où on refuse d'accorder à l'Église de scientologie le statut de religion», fait remarquer d'entrée de jeu Mgr ...
Feb 3, 2009
Les scientologues investissent 4 millions $ à Saint-Roch — Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
Type: Press
Author(s): Pierre-André Normandin
Source: Le Soleil (Québec, Canada)
(Québec) Les scientologues investiront 4 millions $ pour la construction d'une église en plein coeur du quartier Saint-Roch, a appris Le Soleil. Québec deviendra ainsi d'ici la fin 2009 la première ville au Canada - et la 11e au monde - à héberger l'un des lieux de culte que le mouvement dit de nouvelle génération. La Ville de Québec vient tout juste de donner le feu vert aux importants travaux de rénovation du bâtiment de la rue Saint-Joseph que les scientologues ...
Feb 1, 2009
Letters: Columnist had no right to put his spin on good-news story — The Province (B.C.)
Type: Press
Source: The Province (B.C.)
Columnist had no right to put his spin on good-news story The Province Published: Sunday, February 01, 2009 Re: B.C. kids need Scientology's help, (Ethan Baron column, Jan. 29).The real story here is how the columnist took a piece of good news and twisted it through his own preconceptions. Youth for Human Rights International is active around the world in forwarding human rights and is creating positive effects in making human rights a global reality – its stated aim. To pass ...
Jan 29, 2009
I'm sure B.C. kids need Scientology's help / Victoria directs teachers to religious group's human-rights website — The Province (B.C.)
Type: Press
Author(s): Ethan Baron
Source: The Province (B.C.)
Victoria directs teachers to religious group's human-rights website Ethan Baron, The Province Published: Thursday, January 29, 2009 Attention students: it's now OK to jump up and down on your desks and rave about your latest crush. The Ministry of Education is referring teachers to an organization set up by the Church of Scientology, the group made infamous by Tom Cruise, the raving couch-bounder and Scientology adherent. Two ministry teacher-support documents direct teachers to the website of Los Angeles-based Youth for Human ...
Dec 8, 2008
Claude Lapointe revient de loin — Le Journal de Québec
Type: Press
Author(s): Albert Ladouceur
Source: Le Journal de Québec
Le match des vieilles jambes du Canadien et des Nordiques représentait plus qu’une rencontre amicale pour Claude Lapointe. Elle se voulait sa première sortie dans son ancien milieu de travail à quelques semaines de la fin d’une longue cure de désintoxication. Grâce à l’aide et aux outils que lui a remis le centre de réhabilitation pour toxicomanes Narconon, de Trois-Rivières, Lapointe croit qu’il a brisé sa dépendance à la cocaïne, cette poudre blanche qui a mis fin à sa carrière et ...
Sep 30, 2008
Jean-Paul Dubreuil interview (unofficial translation) — Le Canal Nouvelles (LCN)
Sep 18, 2008
Scientology link at Montessori school alarms parents — CBC
Type: Press
Source: CBC
Some parents are upset with a study method introduced by a Montessori school in northwest Toronto, which they say has its roots in the Church of Scientology. Parents said the owner of the Bambolino Montessori Academy, a private school, told parents last week that it was introducing a new learning method called applied scholastics. Janice Blundon said parents like her weren't given a choice when the dean at her son's school told them they'd be implementing the study technique. "I let ...
Sep 5, 2008
Letters / Fair play for Scientology Re: "Campaign of harassment or just a wild imagination?" (Gazette, Aug. 16) — Montreal Gazette
Type: Press
Source: Montreal Gazette
Re: "Campaign of harassment or just a wild imagination?" (Gazette, Aug. 16). Because of the outrageous allegations in this story about the Church of Scientology I feel the need to respond. First of all, we don't know the name or whereabouts of the so-called "anonymiss," nor have we tried to find out. Her claims are ludicrous and, to be charitable, the product of her wild imagination. However, the campaign she and her "anonymous" comrades are involved in is, by their own ...
Aug 16, 2008
Campaign of harassment or just a wild imagination? — Montreal Gazette
Type: Press
Source: Montreal Gazette
Anonymous is the name of a new worldwide group that communicates mostly online and protests against the Church of Scientology. Critics say the church, founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, uses secretive practices, makes cult-like demands, extorts money from its members and harasses those who claim to expose the truth about it. Which explains the anonymity central to the anti-Scientology group. In February, anti-Scientology activists in Montreal joined others around the world in the organization's first simultaneous masked protest, ...
Aug 6, 2008
Anonymous versus Scientology — The Boar (University of Waterloo, Canada)
Jun 11, 2008
School unaware of link to Scientologists — Vancouver Sun
Type: Press
Author(s): Janet Steffenhagen
Source: Vancouver Sun
A Vancouver principal said his school was uninformed when it invited a group affiliated with the Church of Scientology to speak to a student assembly last month about human rights. John Bevacqua, of St. Patrick regional secondary school, said he hadn't been aware that Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) is part of the Scientology movement until it was brought to his attention by a staff member shortly after the group finished its presentation. "It was very unfortunate that they were ...
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