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The politics of free speech

In August 2018, Ontario’s Progressive Conservative government did something no other government in Canada has ever...

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December, 2018

News / Academics meet with legislators

This year’s annual Parliament Hill Day saw 40 participants from CAUT member associations meet...

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December, 2018

News / CAUT investigation into Potter case finds McGill violated academic freedom

A CAUT investigation into the controversial resignation of Dr. Andrew Potter from the McGill...

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December, 2018

News / Investigation launched to probe Pyne saga at Thompson Rivers

CAUT has established an investigation into alleged violations of academic freedom at Thompson...

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In this Issue

By James Compton — I loved my time as a graduate student, and I strongly suspect I’m not alone. I was...
Grahame McCulloch, recently retired general secretary of Australia’s National Tertiary Education Union,...
Read CAUT's Council Report – November 2018

Book review

Book review / University commons divided: Exploring debate & dissent on campus

Peter MacKinnon. University of Toronto Press, 2018; 149 pp; ISBN: 978-1-48752-282-7. By Charles Reeve Peter...

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