A government scientist blogging from behind the muzzle:

Democracy Watch and the University of Victoria Environmental Law Clinic report on muzzling:

Canadian Science Writers’ Association’s

Media stories on muzzling:

Marc Garneau promises to ungag government scientists (Ottawa Citizen, February 27th 2013)

Death knell has not yet been rung on evidence-based policy (Vancouver Sun, February 26th 2013)

Censorship is alive and well in Canada – just ask government scientists (Globe and Mail, February 22 2013)

Feds new confidentiality rules on Arctic project called ‘chilling’ (Ottawa Citizen, February 13 2013)

New policy gives government power to muzzle DFO scientists (iPolitics, Feb 7 2013)

Canadian Scientists Must Speak Out Despite Consequence, Says Andrew Weaver (Desmog Canada, January 25 2013)

Unshackle government scientists and let them do their jobs (Globe and Mail, January 4 2013)

Silence of the labs (Ryerson Review of Journalism, January 2 2013)

Death of Evidence events take place across the country (July 11 2012)

Federal scientists closely monitored during polar conference (CBC, April 24 2012)

Prestigious science journal slams Harper government’s muzzle on federal scientists (The Star, March 1 2012)

Prime Minister: please stop muzzling scientists and researchers (iPolitics, February 16 2012)

Kristi Miller, Fisheries Scientist, Tells Inquiry Her Work Was Muzzled By Feds (Huffington Post, August 25th 2011)

Ottawa silences scientist over West Coast salmon study (Vancouver Sun, July 27, 2011)

Environment Canada 'muzzles' scientists' dealings with media (Ottawa Citizen, February 1 2008)