Protecting Freedom of Association.

Freedom of association is vital to a democracy and and to protecting the rights of working people to join together to further their collective interests. CCLA embraces a broad understanding of freedom of association as part of the bundle of rights necessary for meaningful citizen participation in our democratic system.

Our Work Protecting Freedom of Association

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CCLA to Northwest Territories Chief Public Health Officer

April 20, 2020
We are concerned in particular with the prohibitions on public and private outdoor gatherings contained…

CCLA to Nunavut: Concerns Restricting Gatherings

April 8, 2020
We have grave concerns that the order is unconstitutional. While we appreciate that public health…

Premier Ford’s Back-To-Work Legislation Will Violate Civil Liberties, Hurt Students

July 16, 2018
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Canadian Federation of Students-Ontario have joined with striking…

CCLA Follows Up On YorkU Strike

June 1, 2018
The following letter was sent to Ms. Lucy Fromowitz on May 30, 2018.