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Ontarios gas-pump stickers attacking Ottawas carbon pricing are on the way
Welland Tribune14-Aug-19

Amid ICE raids, Amazons government contract comes under fire over surveillance concerns
Global News13-Aug-19

A sadness you cant describe: The high price of Quebec's Bill 21
Maclean's12-Aug-19

Majority of Canadians against religious symbols law
But poll shows Quebecers support ban in public sector
Anadolu Agency06-Aug-19

The Top 25 Most Influential 2019
Canadian Lawyer05-Aug-19

Quebec's Secularism Law Can Now Be Challenged In Court of Appeals
MTL Blog02-Aug-19

Small victory in court for groups fighting Bill 21
Global News02-Aug-19

Yellowknife MLA blocks prospective election rival online
Cabin Radio31-Jul-19

Quebec ban on religious symbols causes international outcry
NewEurope29-Jul-19

Ottawa lawyer seeks redress for 'cruel' victim surcharge
CBC29-Jul-19
Can cities rebel against provincial law?
National Magazine is of the Canadian Bar Association26-Jul-19
Canadians deserve more than a white-bread response to racismThe Hill Times24-Jul-19
Opponents of Quebec’s Bill 21 seek leave to appeal decision that maintains law The Toronto Star23-Jul-19
Civil rights groups seek appeal of judge's refusal to freeze parts of Quebec's religious symbols law Yahoo News23-Jul-19

Canadian groups appeal decision not to stay Quebec ban on religious symbols
Montreal Gazette23-Jul-19

Quebec judge rejects groups’ attempt to have secularism law suspended
Global News18-Jul-19

A Final Attempt To Stop The Quebec Religious Symbols Ban Just Failed In Court
The MTL Blog18-Jul-19

Free speech or incitement: Should Cedar Hopperton be behind bars?
The Hamilton Spectator12-Jul-19
Civil liberties association looking into the Cedar Hopperton parole caseCBC12-Jul-19
LGBTQ2 encampment set up outside Hamilton city hallGlobal News12-Jul-19
Quebec court hears challenge against religious symbols billGlobal News09-Jul-19
As fight over Quebec's religious symbols law shifts to courts, legal experts debate best way to challenge itCBC08-Jul-19
Victoria councillor tables motion to support challenge of Quebec's religious symbols lawCBC08-Jul-19
As use of bodycams becomes common in U.S., most Canadian police forces — including RCMP — resistantNational Post03-Jul-19
Madonna's Gun Violence Music Video Isn't the Call to Action She Wants It to BeFlare28-Jun-19
Brampton supports legal challenge of Quebec’s religious symbols billBrampton Guardian28-Jun-19
There's a debate over Canada's new definition of anti-Semitism, and it might sound strangely familiarCanada.com27-Jun-19
Two new judicial appointments in Ontario announcedLaw Times25-Jun-19
Driving down Wayne and Shuster Lane: Newly Named Toronto Laneways Honour Prominent JewsThe Canadian Jewish News25-Jun-19
Sidewalk Labs’ 1,500-Page Plan for Toronto Is a Democracy GrenadeVICE24-Jun-19
Top B.C. court upholds ruling that struck down Canada's solitary confinement lawVancouver Courier24-Jun-19
Calgarians concerned Quebec's Bill 21 could lead to wider-reaching racism, bigotryCBC19-Jun-19
Make passports free to ease new no-fly list measures, federal panel suggestsVancouver Courier19-Jun-19
Bill 21 challenged in court by the lawyer who faced down Bill 62Montreal Gazette18-Jun-19
Inmate segregation to stay legal for nowToronto Sun17-Jun-19
Court challenge, protest greet day one of Quebec's anti-religious symbols lawCBC17-Jun-19
Muslim group, civil liberties advocates launch challenge of Quebec’s secularism bill one day after it becomes lawNational Post16-Jun-19
Feds wins last-ditch reprieve for law which allows prisoner isolation in CanadaGlobal News16-Jun-19
4 in 10 Torontonians do not trust police use of facial recognition tech but nearly half see crime-fighting potential, poll saysToronto Star13-Jun-19
Government asks Canada’s highest court for urgent stay of solitary confinement rulingToronto Star12-Jun-19
CBSA launches investigation after licence plate reader linked to U.S. hackCBC12-Jun-19
Ottawa asks Supreme Court for solitary confinement extension as deadline loomsThe Globe and Mail12-Jun-19
Ford’s anti-carbon tax stickers could be installed just before federal electioniPolitics11-Jun-19
Critics urge Toronto to abandon plans for a 'Google smart city' with robotic bin collection, snow-melting sidewalks and self-driving taxis amid concerns over privacy and data harvestingDaily Mail07-Jun-19
OBA Foundation to host debate on MoJAG roleLaw Times07-Jun-19
Cyberbullying by animal rights activists is harming farmers' mental health. Should it be criminalized?National Post07-Jun-19
Coquitlam liquor delivery business faces heat online for photo that makes light of lynchingCity News05-Jun-19
Venture capitalist Roger McNamee calls for end to Sidewalk Labs developmentNorth Shore News05-Jun-19
Sidewalk Labs vote pushed back several months: Waterfront TorontoGlobal04-Jun-19
Crucial vote for proposed Toronto Quayside smart-city development likely delayed three months or moreThe Globe and Mail03-Jun-19
Facial recognition for security in Macau, Moscow, and TorontoBiometric Update31-May-19
Canada's Digital Charter does not comfort Alphabet's smart-city criticsReuters31-May-19
Ontario PCs Pass Budget Bill That Makes Government Immune To Most LawsuitsHuffpost30-May-19
Toronto police should drop facial recognition technology or risk lawsuits, civil liberties association tells boardToronto Star30-May-19
Privacy advocates sound warning on Toronto police use of facial recognition technologyCBC30-May-19
Portland pilots Sidewalk Labs’ mobile location data softwareSmart Cities World30-May-19
Toronto Police say facial recognition technology was ‘lawfully obtained’Mobile Syrup30-May-19
Portland quietly launches mobile location data project with Alphabet’s controversial Sidewalk LabsGeekwire28-May-19
Sidewalk Labs: How Google’s plan for a sensor-packed, data-hoovering 'smart neighbourhood' has divided a cityThe Telegraph28-May-19
Toronto police using facial recognition as Canadian government ponders rulesBiometric Update28-May-19
Canadian Civil Liberties Association and law students teach Manitoba high schoolers, community members about civil rightsUM Today28-May-19
B.C. Court of Appeal imposes conditions to ensure inmates access to counselThe Lawyer's Daily24-May-19
York police stop 'naming and shaming' for impaired arrests, at least temporarilyBarrie Today23-May-19
Civil liberties group challenges Doug Ford’s gas pump propagandaCorporate Knight22-May-19
'Amateur hour': Environmentalists say they're not intimidated by Kenney's 'war room'Calgary Herald20-May-19
Environmentalists say Alberta government war room threat 'amateur hour'National Post19-May-19
Found not criminally responsible, he ended up on Ontario’s sex-offender registry for lifeThe Spec19-May-19
The Google city that has angered TorontoBBC18-May-19

Supreme Court urged to use new law to protect reporter’s confidential sources
The Globe and Mail16-May-19

Canadian privacy experts praise San Francisco ban on facial recognition software
IT World Canada16-May-19

Plans for 'Google smart city' in Canada with robotic bin collection, snow-melting sidewalks and self-driving taxis is facing fierce opposition over privacy fears
Just Security13-May-19

Constitutional challenge over sex offender registries succeeds
Law Times13-May-19

Customs officers should get a warrant to search your phone
Our Windsor09-May-19
Child sex dolls are definitely 'icky' but should the law criminalize these coping behaviours?National Post08-May-19
Plans for 'Google smart city' in Canada with robotic bin collection, snow-melting sidewalks and self-driving taxis is facing fierce opposition over privacy fearsDaily Mail07-May-19
Mock guillotine protest aimed at Doug Ford called legitimate 'political theatre'Chronicle Herald07-May-19
Quayside, Toronto’s Google-linked smart city, draws opposition over privacy, costsWashington Post06-May-19
Inside Ontario's landmark justice-system overhaulWoodstock Sentinel Review03-May-19
Ottawa to restore victim surcharge, but judges could waive for ‘undue hardship’ or disproportionalityLawyer's Daily03-May-19
Ontario Green party parodies Doug Ford's carbon tax stickersCBC02-May-19
Ontario Greens Spoof Doug Ford’s Gas Station Anti-Carbon Tax StickersHuffington Post02-May-19
Ford’s gas-pump stickers violate Charter, CCLA warnsHamilton Spectator01-May-19
Bolster no-fly list appeal process, academics and rights advocates urge senatorsVancouver Courier29-Apr-19

Sidewalk walks into a lawsuit
brand-e26-Apr-19
Appeal Court raps feds for inaction on inmate segregation; grants brief stayVancouver Courier26-Apr-19
PRISON ADMINISTRATION - Segregation of prisonersLawyer's Daily26-Apr-19
Canadian Civil Liberties Association files lawsuit over Quayside projectDaily Commercial News24-Apr-19
B.C. men challenge constitutionality of Canada’s secret no-fly listCBC23-Apr-19
The high price of injusticeWinnipeg Free Press22-Apr-19
Lawsuit filed over Alphabet’s smart cityThe Times19-Apr-19
Do we want our cities to be smart?BBC19-Apr-19
SCC rules police did not violate Charter s. 8 with warrantless sting aimed at online child predatorsLawyer's Daily18-Apr-19
Court case launched over privacy issues in ‘smart city’Radio Canada International18-Apr-19
CCLA Files Suit Over Sidewalk Labs, #Blocksidewalk Holds RallyBetakit18-Apr-19
Supreme Court rules that police don't need warrant to carry out child luring sting operationsCBC18-Apr-19
Canada Is Getting Sued Over Sidewalk Labs’ ‘Smart City’ In TorontoMotherboard (VICE)17-Apr-19
Civil liberties group sues to quash Sidewalk Labs project, with final master plan due within weeksLondon Free Press17-Apr-19
Civil liberties watchdog files suit over Toronto’s Quayside projectToronto Star16-Apr-19
Civil liberties group launches court action to stop Quayside, says Canadians should not be ‘lab rats’Toronto Star16-Apr-19
Canadian Civil Liberties Association files lawsuit over Sidewalk Labs projectGlobal News16-Apr-19
Looming Nova Scotia organ donor law raises concerns of donors by default systemLawyer's Daily15-Apr-19
As Facebook expands its ban on hate speech, some celebrate — and others worryCBC14-Apr-19
Ontario PCs want to make it next to impossible to sue the governmentCBC14-Apr-19
Feds win 'interim interim' stay for 15-day cap on solitary confinementBurnaby Now12-Apr-19
Feds ask Supreme Court to weigh in on 15-day cap on prisoner isolationCTV News10-Apr-19
On solitary confinement, Ottawa seeks leave to appeal court ruling of 15-day limitThe Globe and Mail09-Apr-19
NDP law presumes guilt, violates constitution, civil libertarians sayVancouver Courier08-Apr-19
Nova Scotia’s presumed-consent bill for organ donation to address civil liberty concernsGlobal News08-Apr-19
Religious symbols: Which groups are for or against Quebec's Bill 21?Montreal Gazette08-Apr-19
Civil Liberties Association raises concerns with N.S. government’s organ donation planGlobal News06-Apr-19
Could conscientious objection defeat Quebec's secularism law?Montreal Gazette02-Apr-19
Bencher candidates offer donations for votes by recent callsCanadian Lawyer01-Apr-19
Ottawa now has even more reasons to fix solitary confinementToronto Star01-Apr-19
Court’s segregation cap positive step, more precaution needed for vulnerable inmates, lawyer, senator sayLawyer's Daily01-Apr-19
Religious symbols ban for teachers and police sparks outcryPremier30-Mar-19
Lawyer of American whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks at Hart HouseThe Varsity30-Mar-19
Religious symbols: 'It is time to stop denying racism' in Quebec, coalition saysMontreal Gazette29-Mar-19
SCC rules 30- and 90-day detention reviews for accused held on remand are automatic under s. 525 of CodeLawyer's Daily28-Mar-19
SCC sets out automatic review of pretrial detentionCanadian Lawyer28-Mar-19
Landmark ruling in Ontario caps solitary confinement at 15 daysThe Globe and Mail28-Mar-19
Ontario's highest court sets 15-day cap on solitary confinementCTV28-Mar-19
New law narrows scope of mandatory SIU investigationsCTV26-Mar-19
‘Project Wide Awake’: How the RCMP Watches You on Social MediaThe Tyee25-Mar-19
Thousands of bystanders caught in Toronto police sweep of cellphone dataMondaq24-Mar-19
Toronto police secretly recorded these condo hallways without a warrant. Was that legal, or a serious privacy breach?Hamilton Spectator23-Mar-19
What Does The Court Decision On The Repeal Of The Sexual Education Curriculum Mean?Mondaq18-Mar-19
TTC’s use of ‘field information’ cards has been steadily increasing since 2012Toronto Star12-Mar-19
John Tory at SXSW: Sidewalk Labs privacy critics are "rushing to judgment"Now Toronto12-Mar-19
Court dismisses charter challenge against Ontario sex-ed curriculumThe Record11-Mar-19
Canadian Civil Liberties Association threatens legal action over Sidewalk TorontoSmart Cities World08-Mar-19
Canadian Civil Liberties Association wants project “reset”, Sidewalk Labs Wants TransitBetaKit07-Mar-19
Canadian Civil Liberties Association threatening lawsuit over Google's Sidewalk LabsDaily Hive06-Mar-19
Sidewalk Labs project means Toronto to have 'constitution-free zone,' CCLA warnsCBC06-Mar-19
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association calls for reset on Sidewalk Labs projectThe Globe and Mail05-Mar-19
Canadian Civil Liberties Association threatens lawsuit over Sidewalk Labs projectGlobal News05-Mar-19
Civil liberties association threatens legal action to block Sidewalk Labs smart city projectToronto Star05-Mar-19
Teachers and civil rights group lose legal challenge of Ontario’s controversial sex-ed rollbackToronto Star28-Feb-19
Ontario rolls back ‘anti-police’ Bill 175 to narrow scope of police watchdogsThe Globe and Mail19-Feb-19
The province introduces legislation to streamline the way the SIU operatesCHCH19-Feb-19
Little Italy lanes to be named for well-known residentsCity News18-Feb-19
Canada's top court charges teacher in hidden filming case of voyeurismReuters14-Feb-19
Privacy advocates applaud Toronto police for abandoning ShotSpotter technologyThe Globe and Mail14-Feb-19
Months locked in a tiny box — how solitary confinement can erode mental healthCBC09-Feb-19
Legal community raises alarms over allegations PMO interfered in SNC-Lavalin caseiPolitics07-Feb-19
Security guard oversight falling short, says Canadian Civil Liberties AssociationCBC05-Feb-19
Civil liberties groups to challenge bulk surveillance and intelligence sharing in StrasbourgComputer Weekly05-Feb-19
Metrolinx should tighten its privacy rulesToronto Star05-Feb-19
Metrolinx continues to share Presto users’ data without requiring warrantsToronto Star04-Feb-19
Google are tracking users who enable location services on their phone in real-time and SELLING the data to city mapping firmsDaily Mail29-Jan-19
Google's Sidewalk Labs Plans to Package and Sell Location Data on Millions of Cell PhonesThe Intercept28-Jan-19
Lawyers wait to see how police use new powers to test drunk drivingLawyer's Daily21-Jan-19
Rebranding solitary confinement doesn’t change what it isThe Globe and Mail21-Jan-19
Tech writer suggests '10 Year Challenge' may be collecting data for facial recognition algorithmCTV News18-Jan-19
Advocacy groups contest Canada’s new impaired driving lawsThe Peak14-Jan-19
Court decisions on administrative segregation wake-up call for change: expertLawyer's Daily14-Jan-19
Eerie echoes of Tennessee’s Scopes Trial in Ford’s sex-ed court fightToronto Star11-Jan-19
New impaired driving laws spark outrage among KingstoniansGlobal News11-Jan-19
Ontario courts urged to remind Doug Ford that Canadians ‘don’t elect dictatorships’National Observer11-Jan-19
Showdown over Ontario’s sex-ed curriculum lands in courtHamilton Spectator09-Jan-19
Activists urge shutdown of Ontario sex-ed curriculum in legal challengeThe Globe and Mail09-Jan-19
Scrapping sex-ed curriculum doesn't violate Constitution, Ford government arguesCBC08-Jan-19
Ontario fights legal challenge over decision to repeal sex-ed curriculumThe Globe and Mail08-Jan-19
Police need clearly defined reason for stopping people for questioning: judgeCTV News04-Jan-19
Liberties advocates say Ontario’s new distracted driving law could target minoritiesMobile Syrup04-Jan-19
Distracted driving law could target minorities, advocates warnCBC04-Jan-19