Being a climate skeptic isn't illegal in Alberta, but if you plan to spend a little cash to talk about it, you're going to have to register with the government.
Isn't that crazy?
But it's true under Rachel Notley's new elections laws.
Back in September, Friends of Science were told they may be breaking elections finance laws by spending money informing Albertans about issues they think are important to the public discourse.
It was an authoritarian crack down on the free speech of people and organizations who oppose Notley's pet projects.
Joining me to talk about our government using the power of the legislature to censor their loudest critics and other challenges the skeptic community face in today's intrusive political climate is Michelle Stirling from Friends of Science.