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Freedom to Read

quotationFreedom to Read Week is an annual event that encourages Canadians to think about and reaffirm their commitment to intellectual freedom, which is guaranteed them under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Freedom to read can never be taken for granted. Even in Canada, a free country by world standards, books and magazines are banned at the border. Schools and libraries are regularly asked to remove books and magazines from their shelves. Free expression on the Internet is under attack. Few of these stories make headlines, but they affect the right of Canadians to decide for themselves what they choose to read.quotation end
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Timeline: 35 Years of Freedom of Expression in Canada
For more information 
on Censorship, Freedom of Expression and Freedom to Read Week, visit
For specific links about censorship and law in Canada, visit:
How many of these CHALLENGED BOOKS have you read?
CLICK HERE to explore  Censorship resources and to see which challenged books we have at Bishop Macdonell, as well as other special topics, from within the Library/Learning Commons Online

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