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02 May 2008
Anne Kothawala, President and CEO of the Canadian Newspaper Association, has some thoughts about freedom of expression in Canada and the world, published in the Globe and Mail to mark World Press
02 May 2008
For World Press Freedom Day on May 3, Reporters Without Borders has issued its new list of the "predators of press freedom." They are, says RSF, "men and women who directly attack journalists or
18 February 2008
Mohamed Elmasry, national president of the Canadian Islamic Congress, has issued an odious news release regarding Maclean's that, in my opinion, reeks of ignorance, clobbers different points of view
15 February 2008
The Arab League is under criticism for a new charter aimed at stopping Arab satellite channels from offending governments in the region. League members overwhelming approved regulations to allow
15 February 2008
Finally, a breath of fresh air amid the histrionics. Maybe. Syed Soharwardy, founder of the Calgary-based Islamic Supreme Council of Canada and founder of Muslims Against Terrorism, has concluded
10 February 2008
When a group of Osgoode Hall researchers and students reviewed 20 Maclean's articles, they found what they felt was a disturbing and sustained pattern of Islamaphobia. With titles such as 'Wake up
29 January 2008
Commentary Ezra Levant of the now-defunct Western Standard and Maclean's columnist Mark Steyn have been hauled before Canadian human rights commissions. The issue, Halifax journalism professor Kelly
17 January 2008
A journalist who wrote about the role of women in Afghanistan, Sayed Perwiz Kambakhsh, remains in jail on charges of blasphemy and defaming Islam while a Council of Mullahs says he should be
10 December 2007
A BBC series commemorating the 75th anniversary of its World Service is focused on freedom of speech, and freedom of the media and information. The first three essays on freedom of speech are by


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