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Caught in the ‘Iron Cage of Bureaucracy’: Why I Resigned as Chief Statistician of Canada

  By Wayne Smith, Nov 2 2016 In 2011, Statistics Canada was put into an ‘iron cage of bureaucracy’,[1] severely hampering its capac

FREEING CHARITIES: LEGISLATIVE REFORM IS THE ONLY PATH FORWARD

By Tim Gray, Executive Director environmental defence, Oct 21 2016

Charities in Canada play a critical role. Canadians look to environmental, health, international

Citizen Science through the Internet

by Geraldine Lindley, August 2016 I have had a busy time as a citizen scientist lately - counting penguin

Why Whistleblowers need Protection

by Sue Kralik, Secretary of ORK     June 3, 2016     The muzzling of public scientists during the Harper years should serve as a cautiona

The Conflict of Interest Movement in Medicine. Part 2: Influence and Education

The Conflict of Interest Movement in Medicine. Part 2: Influence and Education A Conversation between Harriet Rosenberg and Adrien

The Conflict of Interest Movement in Medicine, Part 1: A Conversation between Harriet Rosenberg and Adrienne Shnier

By Harriet Rosenberg and Adrienne Shnier May 9th 2016 Part 1: Weak Policies and Ghostly Authorship This blog is presented in interview form and is an amalgamation of an i

Transparency and access to publications: The question of (useable and useful) knowledge

by: Jim Deutsch May 5th 2016 Science (from the Latin scientia,

The vanishing act of government documents – and what to do about it

by Sam-chin Li  As Phyllis Creighton[i] and Anne Kingston have lamented,[ii] an enormous amount of inform

My Experience As A Citizen Scientist

by Geraldine Lindley

March 23, 2016

The citizen science model (also known as participatory science) provides or

Public Science for the Public Good

by Margrit Eichler March 15, 2016 Today, we are starting a new initiative: imagining what public science for the public good might look like. When Our Right to Kno

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