It's Freedom to Read Week and it’s the perfect time to take a stand against censorship. Show your support for freedom of expression by sharing a challenged book with your community and use Bookcrossing to track your released books and start a conversation with later readers of those books.
Looking to keep closer tabs on government officials? Gain access to municipal records from Montreal and Laval through Gazette Docs. Learn more about the civic engagement tools available from Open North here.
Freedom to Read Week (February 24-March 2, 2013)
An Evening with David Suzuki and Jeff Rubin—The Eco Tour (February 26, 2013)
Celebrate Our Freedom to Read (March 1, 2013)
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