In this sixth instalment of Free Expression Matters, we look at how threats to the freedom of assembly can affect free speech.
In this fifth instalment we look at hate speech in Canada, and specifically how Québec’s proposed legislation, Bill 59, could impact free speech.
In the fourth instalment of Free Expression Matters, we look at surveillance in the Canadian context and examine how the activities of government agencies can threaten the digital privacy of Canadians.
In this third instalment of Free Expression Matters we look at the Canada Revenue Agency’s practice of auditing charities for “political activity”.
A briefing on public servants’ ability to critique federal policy in light of new directives from Canada’s freshly elected government.
A briefing on defamation and SLAPP lawsuits in light of Ontario’s new Anti-SLAPP legislation.
A brief guide for anyone who would like to understand Reddit, and how the site may impact free speech standards online.
PEN Canada caught up with Claire Battershill, author of “The Collective Name of Ninjas”, for a conversation about reading, writing, and her work.
On the opening night of the IFOA, PEN Canada presents Double Feature: An evening with Stephen King and Owen King.