I know Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed created a lot of controversy when it opened in the United States two months ago, but most of that, as near as I can tell, consisted of blog posts and newspaper articles and atheist scientists showing up uninvited at an advance screening and a telephone press conference. I can’t recall reading any stories about fans of the movie actually staging protests against pro-evolutionary museum exhibits or anything like that. And yet that, apparently, is what happened in Toronto last Thursday, after “a multicoloured crowd of 50 prayerful protesters” attended a private advance screening of the film — which opens in Canada two weeks from now — and then headed over to the Royal Ontario Museum, which is hosting a six-month exhibition on Charles Darwin. Incidentally, the exhibition is sponsored by both the Humanist Association of Canada and the United Church Observer, while the protest was led by evangelical leader Charles McVety, who was recently in the news expressing his support for — and even taking credit for — the controversial proposed tax law Bill C-10, about which I plan to post an update in the near future. At any rate, with regard to the anti-Darwin protest, the National Post has the details.