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Maya Bhullar | Read this partial list of campaigns launched during the election and get involved. Now.
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Joyce Nelson | The Harper government must eliminate the Department of Fisheries conflict of interest in its dual roles of promoting fish farming while protecting wild salmon.
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Joyce Nelson | The Harper government is catering to the fish-farm industry with its proposed regulatory changes to the Fisheries Act.
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Phil Elder | The Conservatives have shown a pattern of anti-democratic abuses. Here are 13 examples with two themes: (1) ignoring the rule of law and (2) flouting the traditional processes of democracy.
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John Dupuis | The Department of Fisheries and Oceans science library recently consolidated 11 locations to four. What does this say about the Harper government, the actions at DFO and the future of libraries?
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Redeye Collective | The nature of the Harper government's attack on science is broad and far-reaching. Chris Turner clearly and comprehensively documents the nature of this attack in his new book The War on Science.
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Redeye Collective | Journalist Chris Turner documents the systematic way the Harper government is muzzling and controlling Canadian scientists and withdrawing funding from research projects.
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Redeye Collective | On September 16, thousands of scientists participated in rallies, voicing their concerns about what they see as threats to science in the public interest.