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 [...]
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The CCLA is looking for law students and other volunteers to contribute writing and research to the TalkRights project. TalkRights is an innovative new initiative to create a web portal for civil liberties information targeting marginalized and underrepresented audiences. This is an excellent volunteer opportunity for individuals with strong writing and research skills, and who [...]
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) has released a report: Set Up to Fail: Bail and the Revolving Door of Pre-trial Detention, which questions the extensive rise in pre-trial custody populations and identifies the extreme personal and financial costs of current practices in Canadian bail courts.
Download the full report, Set Up to Fail: Bail and [...]
Please join the Canadian Civil Liberties Association on July 23, 2014, for the release of its new report on bail and pre-trial detention. The report, which is the result of a year-long study of the operation of bail in five provinces and territories, highlights Canada’s increasing reliance on pre-trial detention, presents new data about the [...]