From a statement by the Canadian Library Association:
(Ottawa, March 22, 2013) - The Canadian Library Association urges Library and Archives Canada to revisit its Code of Conduct in order to strike a more even balance between the duty of loyalty to the Government of Canada that all public servants have and the freedom of expression that is imperative to the work of librarians in a strong democracy.
I've written about the LAC's new code of conduct on a previous occasion. Arguably, the code not only infringes free speech, it encourages ogling. Arguably.