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Canadian Journalists for Free Expression Sixth Annual Review of Free Expression in Canada 2014-2015
05 May 2015
The CJFE has released its annual Review of Free Expression in Canada—and once again the grades are disappointing.
22 April 2015
A new Centre for Free Expression, the first of its kind at a Canadian university, is coming to Ryerson.Read more
Striking the Right Balance for Transparency: Recommendations to modernize the Access to Information Act
01 April 2015
Federal Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault has tabled a report in Parliament recommending changes to Canada’s Access to Information laws.
11 March 2015
How journalism professors across the country dealt with teaching freedom of expression, editorial judgment and cultural awareness in the wake of Charlie Hebdo.
06 March 2015
In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attack, I and other journalists in Western democracies deplored the violence and defended freedom of expression against terrorism.
17 February 2015
The Canadian media have no right to interview Omar Khadr, a federal judge has ruled.Read more
15 February 2015
Mohamed Fahmy, Egyptian bureau chief for the Al-Jazeera television network and a naturalized Canadian citizen, was released on bail early Friday morning, Cairo time. His Al-Jazeera colleague Baher
09 February 2015
As Mohamed Fahmy and Baher Mohamed prepare for a retrial in Egypt, Fahmy’s family is asking Prime Minister Harper to intervene directly.
03 February 2015
From poorly watched propaganda channels to public office-journalist relations, we’ve got a few things in common.

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