Posts Tagged "death of evidence"

Standing up for Science and Academic Freedoms

Ted Hsu

Last week, I was honoured to speak at the Stand Up for Science rally in Kingston, as well as to debate the subject of freedom of speech for government scientists with my Parliamentary colleagues on Power and Politics. I am…

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House debate sparks experts to expose faulty government arguments on ELA

Ted Hsu

There was an excellent example recently of how true debate in the House of Commons should provide a fertile ground for the public to engage in and contribute to improved governance. The Society of Canadian Limnologists (scientists who study bodies…

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Death of Evidence Rally, July 10, 2012, Parliament Hill

Ted Hsu

The democratic process requires the ready availability of true and complete information. In this way people can objectively evaluate the government’s policies. To act otherwise is to give way to despotic secrecy.  – Pierre Elliot Trudeau On July 10, 2012…

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Reaction to Gary Goodyear's response to Death of Evidence Rally

Ted Hsu

Minutes after the Death of Evidence Rally on Parliament Hill, Minister of State for Science and Technology, Gary Goodyear, put out a press release about government funding for research and development. I’ve responded with a letter to the editor in…

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