Tuesday, July 5, 2011
In CJFE’s Review of Free Expression 2010/2011, we once again assessed important free expression issues in Canada, and how some of our major institutions have performed. Last year, CJFE gave a failing grade to the Harper government’s access to information policies, citing delayed response times and federal agencies invoking national security at the drop of a hat to restrict information. This year, “it was a single one-time event that placed the blackest mark next to 2010 on the freedom of expression calendar,” the G20 Summit in Toronto. Read our full Report Card below, or download the PDF here.You can view the full Review here.