Media Coverage

Write2Know Co-founders Max Liboiron and Natasha Myers interviewed on Zoomer Radio, September 28, 2015

“The Fight to Unmuzzle Canada’s Scientists,” by Stephen Buranyi, VICE: Motherboard, August 27, 2015

“Access Denied– Your Right to Know,” Operation Maple, May 13, 2015

“How the Ministry of Environment Vetoed Our Interview Request“, by Carol Linnit, Huffington Post, March 27, 2015

“Ask Canadian Scientists Why You Can’t Ask Them About Science,” by Stephen Buranyi, Motherboard, March 24, 2015

“Campaign opposes government’s “war on science”, Interview with Write2Know co-organizer on Radio Canada International, March 13, 2015

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression Calls on the Canadian Government to Stop Muzzling Scientists, Letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper

“Write2Know Demands Answers from Feds,” by Barrie Advance, InsideHalton, March 12, 2015.

Write2Know Member’s Writings

“Inquiry as Protest: Censored Federal Science and the Write2Know Project,” Scientists for the Right to Know, by Max Liboiron, April 13, 2015

“Write2Know: Amplifying the Silences of Muzzled Scientists and Performing Participatory Democracy,” Center for Imaginative Ethnography, by Natasha Myers

Press Releases

Write2Know Week Launch, Press Release March 24, 2015