Since 2010, CJFE’s national monitoring and advocacy efforts have informed our annual Review of Free Expression in Canada. Now in its fifth year, the 48-page Review remains the nation’s only publication that evaluates the people, policies and institutions that help and hinder freedom of expression.
The 2013-14 Review of Free Expression in Canada (PDF), released to coincide with World Press Freedom Day (May 3), contains feature articles written by leading experts in some of the most pressing areas of free expression. Access to information, digital surveillance, and the failure to protect the country’s whistleblowers are just some of the issues that are featured in this year’s publication. You will also find our signature Report Card and Cross-Canada Reports–PLUS an unprecedented national poll on what Canadians think about current free expression issues.
Informed by CJFE’s ongoing national monitoring and advocacy work, the Review plays a critical role in showcasing the state of free expression in Canada.
Read the full Review below, or download the PDF.
For more feature articles and interactive content from the Review, visit cjfe.org/2014review.