CJFE’s annual Review of Free Expression in Canada (PDF) provides the only comprehensive and in-depth report on the state of free expression in the country over the past year. Featuring insightful articles, statistics and balanced analyses from leading experts in law, journalism, advocacy and academia, the Review keeps Canadians informed and evaluates government and institutions for their impact on freedom of expression.
The 2014-15 Review of Free Expression in Canada, released to coincide with World Press Freedom Day (May 3), addresses the most pressing free expression issues, events and legislation. Digital privacy, access to information, and the muzzling of federal scientists are just some of the issues featured in this year’s publication. You will also find our signature Report Card and Cross-Canada Reports, and the second edition of our national poll of Canadian opinions and concerns about current free expression issues.
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