Candian flag. Image credit: Hermes Rivera/Unsplash
Philip Lee | Understanding the behind-the-scenes of how the internet and digital technologies function, including issues of privacy, security, and surveillance, has to be a part of public education.
Crowd gathered outside the Union Bank of Canada building on Main Street during the Winnipeg General Strike. Photo: BiblioArchives / LibraryArchives/Flickr
Bill Blaikie | The year 2019 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, and the 50th anniversary of Woodstock and the moon landing. But in Manitoba, 2019 brings important anniversaries in labour history and left politics.
Free Speech - Conditions Apply
Victoria Fenner | In the era of hate speech and fake news, do we need more limits on free speech? A panel discussion hosted by Simon Fraser University's Institute for the Humanities.
Memorial for Heather Heyer in downtown Charlottesville. Photo: Bob Mical/flickr
Jade Saab | It is time to make it clear that not all ideas are held equal, and therefore are not all deserving of the platforms they seek, and to refresh people's memories as to why.
Humberto DaSilva | Anti-Islamophobia motion M-103 was just adopted by Parliament. Is this the end of free speech in Canada?
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Donald Trump is giving new meaning to "bully pulpit," ratcheting his irrational campaign rhetoric to new and dangerous lows.
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A. Splawinski | The presence of online hate groups in public has many individuals asking what they can do to legally ban these groups from meeting up.
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A. Splawinski | On August 15, demonstrators gathered in Toronto to protest the arrival of a self-professed "pick-up artist" who has claimed rape should be legal on private property.
Corey Levine | The latest issue of Charlie Hebdo has immediately sold out everywhere it seems. But with the rise in violent acts against French Muslims and arrests for 'hate speech' what does it all mean?
Pro Bono, Shelina Ali | Stephen Harper's strong condemnation of individuals who criticize Israel's policies raises serious concerns about his government's commitment to protecting political speech in Canada.
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Justin Smirlies | Ezra Levant gave his keynote speech at CUP's NASH conference on Saturday and it lived up to most expectations: calling people 'assholes,' disrespecting feminists and relying on 'shock value.'
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Meg Borthwick | The perception of Canada as a mild right-wing, 'abortion paradise' is just not true. Though we may not see much evidence of a debate over reproductive rights, it doesn't mean it's not happening.