Early this week, the B.C. Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) made arguments to the Supreme Court of Canada in the landmark death with dignity case, Carter v. Canada.
The BC Civil Liberties Association says the recent RCMP arrests on Burnaby Mountain, and the civil contempt charges laid, “could be found illegitimate.”
Rights groups say “an independent and effective complaints and monitoring mechanism for the Canada Border Services Agency” is necessary due to abuses of the human rights of refugee claimants and vulnerable Canadians.
By: BC Civil Liberties Association | Press Release: BCCLA delivers over 1400 forms filled out by individuals refusing permission to be filmed to CBSA, Shaw TV and show producers VANCOUVER, June 24, 2013 – In less than a month, over fourteen hundred people have signed forms
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Rights watchdog BC Civil Liberties Association says the Canada Border Services Agency’s reality TV raid broke the law, files complaint with the federal Privacy Commissioner.