The case of P.S. v. Ontario concerns an individual detained for over 18 years in a maximum security mental health facility, despite a broad consensus that he does not need to be in maximum security, and significant evidence that he may not need to be in an institution at all and may be eligible for [...]
CCLA has been granted leave to intervene in Lee Carter, et al. v Attorney General of Canada et al. This case, scheduled to be heard by the Supreme Court of Canada on October 15, 2014, is the second time the Supreme Court will consider the issue of decriminalizing assisted suicide-the first being the 1993 Rodriguez [...]
On August 6, 2014, the Ontario Divisional Court decided that hundreds of individuals who were detained and arrested in mass police cordons during the G20 can have their legal claims heard together as a class action. Hundreds of those detained at the Eastern Avenue Detention Centre may also have their claims jointly heard as part [...]
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On Friday August 1st the Supreme Court released its decision in R v Hart, a case that examined whether the existing legal limits on a police investigative tactic known as “Mr. Big” were sufficient to protect individuals’ rights and ensure fair trials. The Court agreed with the position advanced by CCLA and a number of [...]