Creating a Closed Society – More bad news

One of the public responsibilities that governments in power assume is to ensure information is free and available to all, which, we as academic librarians, strive to support at all levels. The recent move on the government to cease collecting data on faculty and sharing this in a public forum, will have ramifications for all faculty associations working on behalf of their communities. See the latest:

http://www.universityaffairs.ca/margin-notes/statistics-canada-discontinues-key-source-of-canadian-faculty-data

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