Ten years of attacks on dissent & debate in Canada

Posted on October 13, 2015 in Governance Debates

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October 13, 2015

The federal election is around the corner. The outcome of the vote could help ensure that the past decade of attacks on dissent and debate is put behind us – or it could entrench it as the “new normal.”

We need to make sure our fellow Canadians know what’s at stake. That’s why we created this graphic, showing over 110 organizations, individuals, laws, acts, public services & democratic institutions that, since 2006, have been vilified, defunded, smeared, gutted, spied on, slashed or criminalized by the Canadian government…

To read the case studies, visit our Hit List. And for the bigger picture, make sure to read our report Dismantling Democracy: Stifling debate & dissent in Canada. < https://go.madmimi.com/redirects/1444773449-a61c8bd13a455fc8b7b879285ed55dee-29acd97?pa=33788804330 >

Graphic: Ten Years Of Attacks On Dissent & Debate In Canada

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