Greetings gentle readers,

With the continuing improvements being made to the site, we have significantly modified our site design. Those of you who follow via RSS may want to mosey on over to explore a bit and give some love to Skeptic North contributors Erik Davis and Max Morin for their collaboration on this project.

We hope that this format will make our articles more accessible, with improved ease of navigating among new and older posts. We’ve also added some new features, such as the Canadian skeptical events calendar. In fact, if you are aware of any Canadian skeptical events (one-off or recurring — SitP, lectures, society meetings, etc.) that are not already listed here, please send us the details (place, time, the name of the affiliated organization, and a short description of the event) via the contact form.

Please be aware that some changes on the site will take longer than others (such as re-organizing the post categories). We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. But if you have any specific feedback or experience any other errors/difficulties in the meantime, let us know either in the comments of this post or via the contact form on the site.

Thank you,

Skeptic North

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  • Kim Hebert

    Kim H├ębert is an occupational therapist. She is interested in the promotion of science and reason, particularly regarding therapeutic health interventions. She blogs occasionally about occupational therapy and other health topics at Science-Based Therapy. Her hobbies are art and astronomy. **All views expressed by Kim are her personal views alone, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of current or former employers, associations, or other affiliations. All information is provided for discussion purposes only, and should not be used as a replacement for consultation with a licensed and accredited health professional.