Canada's Restrictions on Scientists' Speech Raise Concerns

Government scientists in Canada are facing growing restrictions on their ability to speak directly to the public and the press—and could benefit from new policies being instituted south of the border in the United States, according to panelists discussing the issue at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS, which publishes ScienceInsider) in Vancouver, Canada, this past week. In one example, Margaret Munro, a reporter with Postmedia News in Canada...
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Posted by Mike Spear

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I am the Communications Director for Genome Alberta and we manage this application. In my past life I was a journalist and manager with the CBC. You can find my genome posted at www.genomealberta.ca

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