GUELPH POLITICAST Replay – Freedom to Read Week

We’re presently in the middle of Freedom to Read Week, a national celebration of free expression that takes place in libraries, schools and arts venues across Canada. It’s a powerful reminder that issues of free expression and censorship are still prevalent here in Canada, and in other places around the world, so we’re going to remind you of that with a couple of previous Politicast interviews. Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST Replay – Freedom to Read Week”

GUELPH POLITICAST #30 – James Gordon on Freedom to Read Week

Not the most well-known celebration to take place in February, but still no less important, the past few days have marked Freedom to Read Week both here in Guelph and across Canada. Walk into the main branch of the Guelph Public Library today, and you’ll see a Freedom to Read Week display, or you might, assuming that they’ve been able to keep the banned books on the shelves… Continue reading “GUELPH POLITICAST #30 – James Gordon on Freedom to Read Week”