Canadians clearly deserve better from their science advisory apparatus

The muzzling of federal government scientists, death of evidence, and assault on reason that has been played up in the press and elsewhere has glossed over yet another dimension of closed access to citizens; open, well-informed national science policy advice.

By Paul Dufour

PUBLISHED : Friday, Nov. 16, 2012 9:25 PM

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