The Canadian Civil Liberties Education Trust (CCLET) is a non-profit research and educational organization created by CCLA.

Each year CCLET reaches 11,000+ elementary to graduate level students, from a wide range of public, separate, and private educational institutions. Through our Civil Liberties in the Classroom and our Teaching Civil Liberties programs, which are funded by both a Law Foundation of Ontario (LFO) grant and private donations, we provide workshops, seminars, and in-class sessions for schools, school boards, faculties of education, and community groups and nonprofit agencies, educating people in Canada about their rights and freedoms.

 
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Education Updates and Briefs

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CCLA is thrilled to announce The Law Foundation of Ontario has awarded CCLET core funding through its Catalyst Grant

October 28, 2021
CCLA and CCLET are incredibly grateful to The Law Foundation of Ontario for generously supporting our…

CCLA partners with TJX – Taking The Borovoy Conference Across Canada

September 17, 2021
For nearly 30 years, CCLET (the education brand of CCLA) has been teaching learners of…

CCLA to NB: Do not Deny Students Access to Their Schools

November 10, 2020
Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) to object to the government’s unlawful treatment of students from…

Social Media Smarts

August 10, 2020
How much should we rely on social media when it comes to information that is…

Learning Unit: Right To Protest

May 12, 2020
A Teacher’s Guide

Making Youth Voices Matter

March 8, 2019
Hi! My name is Rayne Fisher-Quann and I’m the founder and executive director of March…

Announcing The 2018 Chernos Essay Contest Winners

June 13, 2018
Congratulations to the 2018 winners for their ability to think critically about challenging dilemmas in a democratic society,…

Freedom of Religion 101

June 3, 2018
Freedom of Religion in Canada: A Fundamental Right