November 19, 2020
B.C. travel restrictions unconstitutional, no new fines needed
A civil liberties take on Canada’s second wave of COVID-19 emergency orders
November 10, 2020
CCLA to Ministers Responsible for Human Rights (Federal, Provincial, Territorial Videoconference)
November 4, 2020
COVID Shines a Light on Need for Reform of Ontario’s Child Protection System
CCLA to Dufferin-Peel Catholic School Board: Hybrid schooling is the worst option for privacy
Public health, pandemics, and privacy
Data Surveillance by Canadian Governments as COVID Response: CCLA’s Privacy Protection Prescription
Privacy, Access to Information, and You: The COVID-19 Edition
“Immunity Passports”: A New Journey to Inequality
The Canadian Contact Tracing Experiment Begins
Canada’s Contact Tracing App: To Download or Not
CCLA to City of Toronto: Use of COVID Alert must be voluntary
Can City Hall ‘Deploy’ Contact Tracing App on Its Phones?
CCLA launches case against travel bans, unwarranted searches, and increased police power in NL
There Are No Provincial Borders in Canada
CCLA writes to NL: Reconsider Travel Ban and Bill 38
CCLA writes to NB: Mobility Rights and Travel to New Brunswick
CCLA writes to P.E.I.: Mobility Rights and Travel to P.E.I.
CCLA to NS: What’s your plan?
We want to bring Canadians home. Now.
Update on air travel restrictions for Canadians returning home
CCLA writes to NU: Mobility Rights and Travel to Nunavut
CCLA writes to NWT: Mobility Rights and Travel to Northwest Territories
CCLA writes to YT: Mobility Rights and Travel to Yukon
NL Court Releases Decision on Travel Ban Case
CCLA to MB: Seeking information about the province’s Self-Isolation Order for Persons Entering Manitoba
CCLA To NB: Do not deny students access to their schools
What are the human rights implications of quarantine orders?
Emergency orders declared across the country – what it means for Canadians
Misinformation: Is it time for social media distancing?
Physical Distancing Shouldn’t Preclude Public Dissent
Government Censorship and Pandemic “Mis”information
How long can we live in a state of emergency?
Canadian Rights During COVID: CCLA’s Interim Report on COVID’s First Wave – Report
French translation of summary of Canadian Rights During COVID
On Mandatory Masks
Bill 195: Ontario’s Power Grab
Social Media Smarts
The City of Toronto Breached the Agreement to Protect Those Experiencing Homelessness
CCLA defends Toronto’s homeless population
Protecting the forgotten during Canada’s response to coronavirus: The Jailed
CCLA to Fed Attorney General: Emergency Management of the Justice Sector Now Needed
Democratic hygiene amid tough talk by NFLD Health Minister
Children and parents belong together, especially during a pandemic
CCLA and The 519 write letter to PM: Alarming increase of LGBTQ2S abuse
Carding During a Pandemic
CCLA to Attorney General: Covid and Concerns About Carding Under Emergency Order
CCLA to Nunavut: Concerns restricting gatherings
CCLA questions Ottawa policing
Policing pandemic remedies: Too many COVID charges, too many tickets, too many fines.
CCLA and partners question government on decision to share COVID-19 test results with police
CCLA to Winnipeg Police: Target Practice in our Neighbourhoods
“Stay off the grass: COVID-19 and law enforcement in Canada” – Report
Inaccurate, unreliable, dysfunctional: a glimpse into Ontario’s now-defunct COVID database for police
Quebec doubles down on its punitive approach to COVID
CCLA says governing by press release, not by law, is COVID governance by stealth
Michael Bryant’s Statement to Select Special Public Health Act Review Committee, Legislative Assembly of Alberta
Emergency Powers and Transparency
CCLA to Ontario: Fix COVID Tix Process
CCLA to Ontario: Clarify how people can fight fines
CCLA To Fed Attorney General And Fed Governor General: The Rule Of Law Requires That The Law Be Transparent
Freedom Fighting During a Pandemic
CCLA to The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police: Transparency in emergency police powers is needed.
The Albertan government covers its tracks and grabs power in Bill 10
CCLA to Northwest Territories Chief Public Health Officer
A Crisis is a Terrible Time to Legislate
No mask, no service? Not so fast.
CCLA to Ontario MPPs: Resist the Premier’s undemocratic power grab
CCLA writes to Immigration and Refugee Board