LOOKING AHEAD TO 2016 2015 was a landmark year for us at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA), as we stepped up our action in defence of the rights and freedoms of everyone in Canada. Read our complete newsletter!
Many of you have asked, “what does the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) think about Bill C-51?” I am writing today to share our work with you. CCLA is very concerned about the impact Bill C-51 will have on ordinary, law abiding Canadians. We have been working relentlessly to get the message out, about the […]
Greetings from CCLA, We are well into 2014, which also marks the 50th anniversary of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association! We are planning a series of celebratory events and we invite you to join us for as many as you can. Please stay tuned to our website for more information throughout the year, and mark […]
Greetings from CCLA, This past month, Canadians Tarek Loubani and John Greyson were released from detention in Egypt and returned to Canada. We celebrate their safe return home, and at the same time, we remain mindful of the other Canadians detained abroad, and continue to monitor their situations and their due process rights. Earlier in the month, […]
Dear CCLA Supporters: CCLA is actively addressing issues relating to privacy, surveillance, equality, freedom of religion, freedom of expression, and security of the person. In the wake of PRISM and NSA revelations of massive surveillance this summer, CCLA held our RightsWatch conference, “Civil Liberties in the Digital Age: Privacy, Media and Free Expression,” on September 20 and […]