Review of Free Expression in Canada 2010/2011

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Tuesday, May 3, 2011
CJFE's second annual Review of Free Expression in Canada looks at the important free expression issues affecting Canadians. The report covers topics including Wikileaks, access to information, the G20 Summit violations, Hate speech and a special 30th Anniversary article about CJFE’s history. You can also read CJFE’s report card for the government including grades from A- to F-.

Read the report online or grab a PDF version here in two parts: Part 1 and Part 2.



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Read individual articles from the Review:

CJFE's Report Card: Like Sheep to the Slaughter
Still Looking for Answers: Hearings and Inquiries into the G20 Summit
A Welcome to WikiLeaks
Iceland: Free Speech Zone
CJFE: 30 Years of Fighting for Free Expression
CJFE's Freedom of Expression Index
Whatcott v. Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission
How Access to Information Fails Journalists
Canadian Journalists Abroad
Cross-Canada Free Expression Reports
Whistleblower Protection Still in Its Infancy in Canada