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Groups across Canada call for CBC/Radio-Canada's removal from Bill C-60
May 27, 2013
Media coverage and statements related to CJFE's position on Bill C-60.
2012/2013 Review of Free Expression goes mobile
May 09, 2013
Last week CJFE launched the 2012-2013 Review of Free Expression in Canada to an incredible response. Now you can take it everywhere! Download the Review to your mobile devices for on-the-go access.
Highlights from World Press Freedom Day 2013
May 06, 2013
World Press Freedom Day, an annual occasion to highlight the obstacles, hostility and persecution experienced by journalists around the world, celebrated its 20th anniversary on Friday, May 3.
What the government is hiding should make Canadians "blush in horror"
May 03, 2013
If asked, most Canadians would say that free expression is their right to say/write/yell or blog anything they want. Unfortunately, they would only be half right.
Crime & Unpunishment: Why journalists fear for their safety [Infographic]
Apr 26, 2013
An infographic from UNESCO highlighting the importance of press freedom and free expression.
Thank you for supporting our crowdfunding campaign
Apr 19, 2013
Thank you to everyone who contributed to our crowdfunding campaign to support our Review of Free Expression in Canada. Your support has been incredible.
Michelle Shephard gives 2013 Atkinson Lecture
Apr 11, 2013
Toronto Star national security reporter and CJFE Board member Michelle Shephard discusses her experiences reporting on security.
CJFE Gala Chair Carol Off interviewed by George Stroumboulopoulos
Apr 10, 2013
Watch Carol Off, CJFE Gala Chair and host of CBC Radio's As It Happens interviewed on George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight.
Crowdfunding critical analysis on free expression in Canada (Update #3)
Apr 10, 2013
We're over halfway there! Updates on the most recent progress on the Review, as well as details for our launch event.
Another university free speech wall taken down for hate speech
Apr 06, 2013
A free speech wall put up by Queen’s Students for Liberty at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, was taken down. The University had campus security remove the wall, alleging hateful speech and racial slurs had been written on the wall.
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