Margaret Atwood on the Muzzling of Canadian Government Scientists

, former deputy director, Center for Science & Democracy

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation on Tuesday aired a short talk from author and critic Margaret Atwood on two critical issues: the muzzling of Canadian government scientists and the importance of collecting adequate scientific information about threats to public health and safety. It is well worth four minutes of your day to listen in, and I’ve transcribed her remarks below.  Read more >

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