Privacy is an internationally-recognised human right.

It’s also a gateway right, because protecting privacy means protecting the information about us that can be used to deny equality rights based on profiling. Privacy supports free expression, because knowing we’re being surveilled chills our willingness to express (or hear) controversial speech, and it supports our right to dissent, which again, can be inhibited by intrusive surveillance.

Whether the risks come from new (or old) technologies in the service of law enforcement or national security, or the ‘surveillance capitalism’ model that underlies contemporary online services, privacy is under threat as new ways to identify, track, and profile people proliferate.

CCLA seeks to bring a principled and rights-focused approach to assessing and advocating around the impacts of new technology and surveillance wherever rights are at risk.

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COVID-19

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Toronto's Smart City 

Waterfront Toronto contracted with Google’s sibling Sidewalk Labs to create a smart city project in downtown Toronto. This project would be a sensor-laden neighbourhood, collecting data on people who live, work, or visit the area. Losing the ability to be a face in the crowd, and so much of our privacy, is what’s at stake. So we launched a legal action to reset the project.

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COVID-19

Stay up to date with all the latest work that CCLA is doing to monitor the response to COVID-19, ensuring it’s based on science and is not unnecessarily intrusive to our liberties.

Toronto’s Smart City

Waterfront Toronto contracted with Google’s sibling Sidewalk Labs to create a smart city project in downtown Toronto. This project would be a sensor-laden neighbourhood, collecting data on people who live, work, or visit the area. Losing the ability to be a face in the crowd, and so much of our privacy, is what’s at stake. So we launched a legal action to reset the project.

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Privacy Updates and Briefs

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Government Legislation on FRT is ‘Dangerous’ Say Civil Society Groups and Scholars

November 1, 2023
Toronto, ON — The Right2YourFace Coalition, a group made up of prominent civil society groups…

Privacy Rights in the Workplace – CCLA Intervention in York Region District School Board v. Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario

October 17, 2023
The CCLA will appear as an intervenor before the Supreme Court of Canada in York…

National Security and Parliament’s Role – CCLA Intervening in Ontario Case

October 3, 2023
Should our elected representatives on a committee to oversee our national security agencies have the…

Decision in R v Hafizi

September 28, 2023
On September 28, 2023, the Court of Appeal for Ontario released its decision in R…

Advocates demand proper consideration for AI regulation

September 25, 2023
Canadians deserve to be protected from AI overreach, but Bill C-27’s Artificial Intelligence and Data…

CCLA’s Submission on Bill C-26 Regarding Privacy Concerns in Federal Cybersecurity Legislation

September 22, 2023
Daniel Konikoff (Interim Director of the Privacy, Technology & Surveillance program) and Tashi Alford-Duguid (Staff…

CCLA’s Submission on Bill C-27, the Digital Charter Implementation Act

September 20, 2023
Daniel Konikoff (Interim Director of the Privacy, Technology & Surveillance program) and Tashi Alford-Duguid (Staff…

CBC: Arctic Bay residents raise concerns after RCMP search mail

August 11, 2023
Shakir Rahim, a lawyer and director of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association's criminal justice program,…

Canadian Civil Liberties Association Launches Fund Honouring Clayton Ruby’s Storied Legacy of Social Justice Advocacy

July 27, 2023
TORONTO — In commemoration of the late Clayton Ruby's extraordinary impact on advancing social justice…

Sign our AI Regulation Petition

July 17, 2023
CCLA has put out a petition on how AI regulation needs to put human rights…

CCLA Demands Action on Facial Recognition Technology and the Growing Power of Artificial Intelligence

June 21, 2023
Toronto, ON — The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) has joined the “Right 2 Your…

Civil liberties groups recommend fixes for controversial cybersecurity legislation ahead of detailed Commons scrutiny

June 20, 2023
The House of Commons Public Safety Committee is tasked with scrutinizing Bill C-26, which has…

CCLA to Hamilton Police: Cease and Desist Drone Program

June 7, 2023
TORONTO — The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) is demanding the Hamilton Police Service (HPS) immediately…

CCLA Submission on Political Parties and Privacy Law

May 26, 2023
Daniel Konikoff (Interim Director of the Privacy, Technology & Surveillance program) and Tashi Alford-Duguid (Staff…

CCLA reacts to OIPC (BC) Announcement on Liberal Party of Canada’s Use of FRT

April 26, 2023
TORONTO —Tashi Alford-Duguid, Staff lawyer at the Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) made the following…

Supreme Court Dodges Key Issue in R. v. McGregor

February 21, 2023
A majority of the Supreme Court of Canada in R. v. McGregor opted not to…

Guest Blog: Artificial Intelligence Developers Must Ensure Commitment to Meaningful Consent

February 14, 2023
Jonathan A. Obar, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication & Media…

International Report: Under Surveillance: (Mis)use of Technologies in Emergency Responses

December 15, 2022
CCLA’s international partners publish a report on global (mis)use of technologies during the pandemic The…

Facial recognition explained: How is FRT used in Canada?

December 6, 2022
The impacts of FRT become more elevated depending upon the context in which they are…

Fix C-26: Cybersecurity Bill is Short on Rights Protections and Accountability

October 17, 2022
Bill C-26 is yet another example, in an increasingly long list, of legislation that would…

ETHI Report on Facial Recognition Technology Released

October 5, 2022
Canada lacks an appropriate legal framework to regulate facial recognition technology, and without it, there…

Joint Letter of Concern regarding Bill C-26

September 28, 2022
September 28, 2022 To: The Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, P.C., M.P., Minister of Public…

Privacy and virtual healthcare: report launch

September 13, 2022
September 13, 2022--CCLA is delighted to launch the report Virtual Healthcare Services in Canada: Digital…

Human Rights Tribunal Finds Police DNA Sweep was Discriminatory

August 23, 2022
Earlier this week the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal ruled that the Ontario Provincial Police (“OPP”)…

CCLA Calls for Moratorium on RCMP Surveillance ‘Tools’

August 9, 2022
Brenda McPhail, Director of Privacy Technology and Surveillance Program for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association,…

The Guardian: ‘Asleep at the wheel’: Canada police’s spyware admission raises alarm

July 15, 2022
An admission from Canada’s national police force that it routinely uses powerful spyware to surveil…

Statement on the RCMP’s Use of Spyware

June 30, 2022
The RCMP uses spyware against Canadians in targeted investigations. The revelation was buried in a…

Canadian Civil Liberties Association launches constitutional challenge to Ontario’s strip search law

June 20, 2022
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and a woman with personal experience have launched a major…

New Privacy Law to be Tabled Today: What CCLA Hopes to See

June 16, 2022
CCLA looks forward to a deep dive into the legislation tabled today, a Bill lengthily…

Oral Submissions on Bill S-7 Regarding Privacy and Device Searches at the Border

June 1, 2022
Oral Submission to the Standing Senate Committee on National Security and Defence (SECD) regarding Bill…

Applying the Charter Outside of Canada

May 16, 2022
Does the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms apply to the actions of law enforcement…

Phone Searches at the Border: Bill S-7 Fails to Protect Privacy

May 16, 2022
Bill S-7, introduced to provide a threshold for device searches at the border, fails to…

SCC Rules on Constitutionality of Post-Arrest Searches of Houses

April 12, 2022
On Friday April 8 the Supreme Court released its ruling in R v Stairs, a…

CCLA Intervenes to Protect Children’s Privacy Rights

April 6, 2022
CCLA intervened recently in a case to protect children’s and families’ right to privacy. We…

Submission to the Special Committee to Review the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (British Columbia)

March 31, 2022
A healthy democracy must counterpoise the right of access to information with the privacy rights…

CCLA Presents to ETHI on Facial Recognition

March 30, 2022
CCLA’s Privacy Director Brenda McPhail was invited to speak to the Standing Committee on Access…

Ontario Will Require Employers to Disclose Electronic Monitoring

February 24, 2022
There has been a gap in protection for workers in our privacy laws for a…

Residents of BC, AB, QC protected from Clearview AI by binding orders from their Privacy Regulators

December 14, 2021
CCLA welcomes today’s decisions issued by the BC Information and Privacy Commissioner and the Alberta…

CCLA and Privacy International collaborate on submissions regarding facial recognition guidelines for police agencies

November 17, 2021
The proposed OPC guidance on police use of FRT technology can help ensure police agencies’…

Bill C-11 was the gift that needed returning

November 16, 2021
Sometimes a long-awaited gift that arrives wrapped in sparkly paper disappoints when it is opened.…

CCLA to Minister: Choosing not to be vaccinated should not disentitle you from employment insurance

November 2, 2021
CCLA has written to Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion, Carla Qualtrough, urging…

CCLA’s Submission on Canada’s Proposed Approach to Addressing Harmful Content Online

September 28, 2021
Prior to the election, the government of Canada initiated a consultation on a proposed approach…

Fear, Loathing and the Law: Pushing the Limits of Legislating “Good” Behaviour

September 20, 2021
CCLA Essay by Cara Zwibel, Director of Fundamental Freedoms and Brenda McPhail, Director of Privacy…
COVID Vaccine Passport

FAQ: Vaccine Passports

August 17, 2021
The lines are being drawn between those who support and oppose some version of a…

Reaction To New Vaccine Passport ‘Benefits’

June 24, 2021
As Manitoba announces new “benefits” to be conferred on the fully vaccinated, the questions we…

‘Cease And Desist’ – Liberal Party Must Halt Use Of Facial Fingerprinting

June 23, 2021
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) is calling on the Liberal Party of Canada to…

Letter to Manitoba re: Vaccine Passports

June 17, 2021
We are writing regarding the Manitoba government’s plan to provide individuals with proof of vaccination…

CCLA to Appear Before the Supreme Court in Police Search and Seizure Case

June 11, 2021
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) has been granted leave to intervene in the upcoming…

RCMP Use of Face Recognition Tool Violated Privacy Law

June 10, 2021
Today Canada’s Privacy Commissioner released the Special Report to Parliament on Police Use of Facial…

CCLA contributes to consultations on Ontario’s AI Framework

June 4, 2021
CCLA was pleased to have the opportunity to participate in the Ontario government's consultation on…

CCLA’s Submissions on Bill 251

May 20, 2021
On May 13, 2021, the CCLA provided written submissions on Ontario’s Bill 251, the Combating…

Open Letter to Federal Leaders: Do not Expand Anti-Terrorism Laws in Name of Anti-Racism

February 22, 2021
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

Clearview AI Engaged In “Mass Surveillance”

February 3, 2021
Clearview AI broke Canadian law when it scraped the internet for 3 billion photos of…

Interim Report: Facial Recognition Technology in Canada

January 4, 2021
What is Facial Recognition Technology and where do we find it? Written for the CCLA…
INCLO InFocus FacialRecognition Report

In Focus: Facial Recognition Tech Stories and Rights Harms from Around the World, (INCLO)

January 1, 2021
Facial Recognition Tech Stories and Rights Harms from Around the World, Published by the International…

CCLA Debates Vaccine Passports on TVO.org: Our Letter that Sparked the Debate

December 14, 2020
We are writing you about the bad idea floated from an Ontario executive podium respecting…

Proof of Vaccination

December 9, 2020
Ontario’s health minister openly suggested that people who don’t have proof they’ve chosen to receive…

Hybrid Classes Raise Privacy Risks

November 18, 2020
Our organization has received several calls from teachers in your Board expressing their feelings of…

Did We Get The Privacy Law We Need?

November 17, 2020
Canada has a new privacy legislation on the table, and it’s a buffet, but time…

Secret Evidence in The Age of Artificial Intelligence

November 13, 2020
Today’s most popular form of artificial intelligence (AI) – machine learning – is often called…

Submission to the Special Committee Reviewing BC’s Personal Information Protection Act

October 23, 2020
On August 14th, CCLA made submissions to the Special Committee to Review BC’s Personal Information…

CCLA’s Submissions Regarding Ontario’s Private Sector Privacy Reform

October 23, 2020
On October 16th, CCLA made submissions in response to the Ontario government’s call for input…

Québec Looks to Break Trail as Canada’s Foremost Privacy Leader

October 20, 2020
The National Assembly of Québec is now considering Bill 64, ‘An Act to Modernize Legislative…

Playing With(out) Privacy

October 15, 2020
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

Can City Hall ‘Deploy’ Contact Tracing App on Its Phones?

September 25, 2020
Ahead of a second wave of the coronavirus in Canada, Toronto’s Deputy Mayor Stephen Holiday is asking…

Montreal makes history to promote transparency and protect privacy.

September 24, 2020
You probably missed the landmark decision by a major Canadian law-maker this week, striking a…

Montreal Surveillance Tech Moratorium Presser

September 18, 2020
CCLA urges Montréal City council to protect their constituents from identity and personal data theft.

Montreal Councillor Rotrand’s Initiative to Mandate Accountability & Transparency

September 17, 2020
We support Councillor Rotrand's initiative to mandate public accountability and transparency for surveillance technologies purchased,…

What Do We Want? Stronger Privacy Laws. When Do We Want Them? Now

August 26, 2020
It has become routine to start all commentary on privacy laws in Canada with a…

Order a Ride and Say Goodbye to Privacy

August 12, 2020
The CCLA recently submitted its feedback on the draft regulations for Québec’s new Act respecting…

Facial Fingerprinting Pilot by Police Halted by UK Court of Appeal

August 11, 2020
There was a huge victory today for privacy rights against police use of facial recognition…

CCLA & Partners Launch Action to Stop Ontario Government’s Disclosure of COVID Status to Police

July 16, 2020
The CCLA has joined with Aboriginal Legal Services (ALS), the Black Legal Action Centre, and…

Letter to Bill Blair

July 8, 2020
Subject: Ban on use of facial recognition surveillance by federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies.

Contact Tracing App in Canada: To Download or Not

July 3, 2020
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

Let’s Not Forget, We Won

June 26, 2020
June 25th was supposed to be Decision Day, the day Sidewalk Labs and Waterfront Toronto would…

The Canadian Contact Tracing Experiment Begins

June 18, 2020
A social experiment in technologically-assisted tracking for public health purposes is about to being in…

Privacy, Access to Information, and You: The COVID-19 Edition

May 26, 2020
As we flounder about looking for ways out of the COVID-19 climate of fear, and…

“Immunity Passports”: a New Journey to Inequality

May 26, 2020
As we flounder about looking for ways out of the COVID-19 climate of fear, and…

CCLA and Partners Question Government on Decision to Share COVID-19 Test Results with Police

April 23, 2020
Last week police services across Ontario quietly got access to a new database – a…

Data Surveillance by Canadian Governments as COVID Response: CCLA’s Privacy Protection Prescription

April 20, 2020
We are writing you about the use of technologically-mediated surveillance as a public health response…

CCLA to Attorney General: Emergency Management of the Justice Sector Now Needed

March 22, 2020
In particular, I am writing about three matters: emergency funding of provincial legal aid services;…

Public Health, Pandemics and Privacy

March 20, 2020
Technology can be used as a tool to support human health and dignity, or to…

Statement On The Reset Of The Quayside Project

March 7, 2020
Today’s news that Sidewalk Labs has withdrawn from pursuing the project is a victory for…

Canada’s Patchwork Privacy Protections are Ready for a Major Update

January 1, 2020
The digital economy and the pressing need to democratise civil society have forced us to…

Make the Choice: Put the Horse Back in the Barn

January 1, 2020
Clearview AI is a tech company that the New York Times reports has scraped 3…

Shoppers Not Suspects

November 13, 2019
Shoplifting problem? What shoplifting problem? Retailers need to stop illegal searches of their customers. The…

Haunting Decisions Due October 31

October 29, 2019
October 31 is an important decision-day for the Waterfront Toronto/Sidewalk Labs smart city— a fitting…

CCLA Joins Rights Groups Challenging Mass Surveillance In Europe

July 10, 2019
Following last year’s victory in which the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) found the…

CCLA v. Waterfront Toronto, et. aI: Public Court Documents

June 24, 2019
CCLA v. Waterfront Toronto, et. aI: Public Court Documents

CCLA Written Submission to Toronto City Council Executive Committee

June 6, 2019
CCLA provided a written submission to Toronto’s Executive Committee for their consideration during their recent…

Victory at The Supreme Court: A Fight for Everyone’s Right to Privacy and Equality (R v. Le)

May 31, 2019
Victory! Today, the Supreme Court rendered a monumental decision recognizing that police carding in a…

CCLA at the Supreme Court: The Worst Carding Case in Canadian History?

May 30, 2019
On Friday May 31st, the Supreme Court of Canada is going to release its decision…

Deputation on Facial Recognition System

May 30, 2019
What’s the problem with facial recognition technology as a police surveillance and investigation tool? It’s…

A Phone Is Not a “Good”, It’s a Private Window into Our Lives

May 5, 2019
Yet another story has emerged about an intrusive attempt to search a traveller’s phone and…

Canada’s Privacy Commissioner’s Office is Furious, and He’s Deleting Their Facebook Page

April 25, 2019
A blistering report issued by Canada’s and British Columbia’s Privacy Commissioners accuses Facebook of violating…

CCLA at The Supreme Court: Privacy Lost

April 19, 2019
It’s a loss for privacy in a disappointing Supreme Court decision released April 18 in…

Canada Responds to CCLA’s Demand for Waterfront Toronto Quayside Project Reset

April 18, 2019
Canada Responds to CCLA’s Demand for Waterfront Toronto Quayside Project Reset

CCLA at SCC: Mills

April 17, 2019
CCLA at SCC: Mills

CCLA Commences Proceedings Against Waterfront Toronto

April 16, 2019
Today, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association along with co-applicant Lester Brown, commenced proceedings against Waterfront…

Demanding Our Privacy Rights Get a Seat at The Table

April 16, 2019
CCLA is going to court to reset the Waterfront Toronto/Sidewalk Labs smart city project.  A…

Open Letter from CCLA: Calling for a Reset on Waterfront Toronto

March 5, 2019
Dear Prime Minister, Premier and Mayor, We are writing to you about the Smart City initiative for the Toronto Eastern…

Big Brother Watch and Others v. the United Kingdom

February 14, 2019
ECHR Grand Chamber Panel Decision

Privacy Wins: Jarvis Decision Confirms Privacy Rights Exist in Public Spaces

February 14, 2019
A teacher who argued at the Supreme Court that his secret filming of girls’ cleavage…

Shotspotter is not coming to Toronto, and that’s a win

February 14, 2019
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

Money (That’s What They Want)

February 13, 2019
It shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone that the collection of our private, personal…

Mass surveillance challenge proceeds to Europe’s highest human rights court

February 5, 2019
CCLA and 9 partner organisations have made another step forward in our attempt to stop…

Governing by Mercenary

January 29, 2019
As with the U.S. over-reliance upon private contractors to wage wars, in Canada, we too…

We’re not done talking about privacy in the smart city

January 24, 2019
Since Sidewalk Labs and Waterfront Toronto announced their agreement to develop a plan for a…

Presto Change-O Privacy Disappears!

January 2, 2019
December 31 is the end of an era for Torontonians. It’s the last day, ever,…

Canadians Care about Privacy, Politicians Need to Show They Care About Us

December 19, 2018
73% of Canadians are concerned or somewhat concerned about how political parties use personal information…

Supreme Court Finds a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Shared Computer

December 13, 2018
In a decision released today in R v Reeves, the Supreme Court ruled that each Canadian…

Mass Surveillance INCLO Case Continues

December 11, 2018
Mass surveillance violates international privacy rights and is fundamentally incompatible with the rights to free…

Auditor General To Toronto’s Smart Cities: Not So Fast

December 6, 2018
Ontario’s Auditor General this week took a provincial agency to task for its role in…

Statistics Canada’s Move to Collect Canadians’ Banking Info Goes too Far

November 14, 2018
It is sad how badly Statistics Canada has botched their financial data acquisition initiative. They do…

It’s time to modernize the laws that protect our privacy rights

September 28, 2018
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

CCLA, INCLO and Others Welcome Historic Win Against Mass Surveillance in UK

September 14, 2018
In a landmark win for seven INCLO members, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR)…

A Quick Win For Privacy Rights: CCLA vs. Cadillac Fairview

August 7, 2018
Cadillac Fairview, the company that owns numerous popular malls, said it will pause the use…

CCLA Urges Toronto to Delay Purchase of Gunshot-Location Technology ShotSpotter

July 23, 2018
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association has serious concerns regarding the impact of new police surveillance…

INCLO Launches New Report: “Unanswered Questions – International Intelligence Sharing”

June 11, 2018
New report reveals lack of transparency of intelligence sharing agreements at the international level.

CCLA urges Nova Scotia to withdraw charges against teen: downloading publicly available data is no crime

April 23, 2018
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

CCLA At Scc: Privacy In The Classroom… And Everywhere…

April 20, 2018
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

Yorku Protesters: You Have The Power. We Have Your Back (Survey)

March 27, 2018
I am writing to you about disturbing reports regarding the reported activities of security personnel…

Lessons to Learn From The Facebook / Cambridge Analytica Scandal

March 21, 2018
There is a lot of outrage, blame, and more than a few “I told you…

G20 Civil Case Against Toronto Police Board Begins Today

February 5, 2018
This week, trial begins in a long-awaited civil case against Toronto Polices Services for its…

Read CCLA’s Submissions on Bill C-59

January 19, 2018
As a defender of fundamental human rights and civil liberties, the Canadian Civil Liberties Association…

Privacy at The Border: Committee Report Recommends Customs Act Update

December 22, 2017
Cell phones should not be considered a “good” at the border, and the Customs Act…

Ten Things You Need To Know About Bill C-59

December 12, 2017
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

A Win for Privacy in Text Messages: Marakah and Jones

December 8, 2017
CCLA’s voice was heard in the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision released today in R…

The New Communications Security Establishment Act in Bill C-59

September 12, 2017
Currently, the CSE’s role is sketched out as part of the the National Defence Act,…

Mass Surveillance and Bulk Collection in Bill C-59

September 12, 2017
One of the most insidious elements of Bill C-59 is the way it facilitates bulk…

The No-Fly List and Bill C-59

September 12, 2017
The Secure Air Travel Act (SATA) was introduced in Bill C-51 to codify the way…

Privacy protectors: Teens Reflect on Privacy in Digital Age

March 22, 2017
A group of teens aged 13-19 from across Canada worked over two school years to…

Bill C-22: A Step Towards Real Accountability

June 20, 2016
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

New Bill To Log Travellers Leaving Canada

June 17, 2016
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

Canadians’ Right To Privacy In Cell Phone Data Confirmed…

January 14, 2016
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

Summary: International Covenant On Civil And Political Rights (Iccpr)

October 27, 2015
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) will challenge the Government of Nova Scotia’s exceptionally broad injunction limiting…

On to The Courts: Bill C-51 Passed by Senate

June 9, 2015
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) is deeply disappointed that Bill C-51 (Anti-Terrorist Act, 2015)…