Ex-gov't ELA scientist says muzzling part of "toxic" work environment

So, us, yeah..... it's not like there is any real "news" here (in the sense that this is not "new") but it certainly needs to be reiterated again and again. Never mind how the cons are trying to make us forget the last decade, how they would like to re-write history, how they would like to bribe us with our own money - their real legacy will be destruction of the scientific enterprise inside government and the human tool that it has taken.

He said the communications policy was part of a “toxic” work environment and that it was disheartening for researchers not to be able to share their work.

Rennie said now that the ELA near Kenora is run by the non-profit group International Institute for Sustainable Development, the atmosphere is much different.