OPINION: Fate of free speech on campuses uncertain

  Toronto Sun 

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 LINDSAY SHEPHERD More than a month after the Jan. 1, 2019, deadline the Doug Ford government gave Ontario universities to develop and enact an institutional free speech policy, the state of free speech on campus remains precarious and uncertain. Responses from the Canadian academic community have been mixed. Some professors and students are supportive, while […]

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