Silencing Individuals

In a democracy, the government is responsible to respect the voices of individuals who disagree with the government's decisions. If those individuals are experts in their field, listening to their conscience, and doing their duty in the public interest, a democratic government should not only respect those voices, but listen carefully.

Unfortunately, in recent years, numerous individuals who listened to their conscience, did their duty, and raised their voices in the public interest, have been censored from communicating to Canadians, personally sanctioned if they do not obey a law of silence, marginalized, weakened, and treated with contempt.

Let's work together to reverse this trend, and build a strong Canadian democracy, in which the government respects our diverse voices, our right to be treated with respect, and our right to free speech.

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