A victory for free speech at uCalgary

11 May 2012 A victory for free speech at uCalgary

John Carpay, National Post, May 11, 2011: This week, in the case of Pridgen v. University of Calgary, the Alberta Court of Appeal affirmed that the Charter of Rights and Freedoms protects the free speech rights of university students on campus. 

The case arose from a Facebook page called, “I no longer fear hell, I took a course with Aruna Mitra,” wherein some U of C students described their “Introduction to Legal Studies” professor as inept, awful and “illogically abrasive.” Read more…


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