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Daniel Proussalidis

Daniel Proussalidis is Director of Communications at Cardus. Daniel came to Cardus following a 16-year career in journalism. Starting off as a cottage country traffic reporter at a Barrie, Ontario radio station, he worked his way up to national news reporting at major media outlets. He has worked as a Sun Media parliamentary correspondent in Ottawa, and later, as news director for Sun News Network’s national newsroom in Toronto. Read More ›

Articles by Daniel Proussalidis
  • Fitting Faith In Common Life

    Daniel Proussalidis

    Following the Convivium Launch Party in the Cardus Ottawa office, Daniel Proussalidis shares how, throughout the evening, the four panelists with different perspectives and backgrounds concluded that faith does indeed have a place in the common life of Canadians.

  • Including Us Out

    Daniel Proussalidis

    Were it not on the school’s official website (which appeared earlier this week but has since been removed, no doubt chased away by howls of laughter), you might have thought a recent news release from Texas Woman’s University was a parody from The Onion. In the release that cribs a Seinfeld line about a “Festivus for the Rest of Us,” multicultural women’s and gender studies professor Mark Kessler offers tips to plan what he calls “an all-inclusive, multicultural holiday party at the office.” .

  • Bennett to Senate: Protect Religious Freedom

    Daniel Proussalidis

    Well settled into his new role as a senior fellow at Cardus, Dr. Andrew Bennett continuing the mission he took on in 2013 as Canada’s first (and only) ambassador for religious freedom. He joined Cardus in July of this year after the Trudeau government decided not to renew the mandate of the Office of Religious Freedom (ORF), which he headed up.


In a secular age, there is a push to strip the public square of all signs of faith. But freedom of religion and freedom of expression are the bare basics for a people to call themselves free. Convivium is a voice for the rightful role of faith and for people of faith in our pluralistic society.

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