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Penney Kome | Three years after Charlie Hebdo, Trump leads attacks on news media. While Trump furthers his own ends by encouraging distrust of the media, he also raises the risk level for journalists on the job.
Columnists
Monia Mazigh | When reacting to terrorist attacks like those in Brussels, for Muslims living in the West, the position is almost impossible.
Columnists
Rick Salutin | Why are writers exercising their imaginations on being at a glam dinner in a glam venue and having their standing O scrutinized by an imagined audience?
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Nora Loreto | When defending free speech is cover for maintaining white supremacy.
Columnists
June Chua | The documentary "Cartoonists: Foot Soldiers of Democracy" is a well-rounded collection of stories highlighting the difficulties and complexities of being a political satirist in various countries.
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Gerry Caplan | Thomas Friedman wants to see a million Muslims take to the streets for peace. It's such a good idea that Muslims have been doing it for years.
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Jessica Prupas | Highlights from the Blogs this week
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Nora Loreto | In the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo shootings, many progressives wrongly bought into the freedom of speech frame peddled by the right-wing.
Podcast
GroundWire | This week's episode of Groundwire covers Charlie Hebdo, accessibility in the Ottawa punk scene, and the Dalhousie dentistry scandal.
Columnists
Matthew Behrens | In the wake of the Paris shootings, as voicing uncomfortable truths becomes increasingly risky, governments get set to introduce more repressive measures that mock freedom of expression.
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Linda Leon | The Harper government's record on free speech suppression is long and incriminating. And yet it still wants to make hay out of Charlie Hebdo.
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David J. Climenhaga | It seems highly unlikely the true thrust of Stephen Harper's planned "anti-terror" legislation will have much to do with suppressing Islamist terrorism.