Freedom to Read 2013: Return of the Blacklist

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By Charles Montpetit, Freedom to Read, Franke James, 26 February 2013

Franke James was aghast. The problem wasn’t the loss of a token government grant, wrote in her blog. The deeper issue was tolerance of dissent in a democracy: “I thought the Canadian embassies were there to help all Canadians… The government should not be telling anyone not to exhibit my art, just because I disagree with unethical oil.” (…)

Similar policies were enforced in other domains as well, and applied to regular citizens in addition to government employees. The bilingual website documents such instances in painstaking detail. The list of targeted groups and individuals includes… (…)

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