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The BC Civil Liberties Association joins the chorus of persons with disabilities (PWD) and disability advocacy groups in expressing our...
When The Arrest Handbook was last updated in 2012, smartphones were still relatively new: the first iPhone had only been...
Establishing an independent oversight mechanism for the CBSA is desperately required and long overdue. CBSA officers hold the authority of...
Photograph of Senate Chamber with microphone and paperwork in foreground and chairs in background
What do we mean when we say Heavily Policed Communities? It’s a reality that some communities face far more policing...
As a civil liberties and human rights organization, the BC Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) recognizes the international impacts of the...
I am deeply honoured to join the BC Civil Liberties Association at a pivotal time of social and organizational change....
The BCCLA continues to fight against the mass incarceration of Indigenous Peoples by the Canadian criminal legal system, and to...
Written by Safiyya Ahmad While the BCCLA works towards systemic change in the criminal legal system, Canada’s use of mass...
The BC Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) is pleased to announce the new Vice President of our Board of Directors, Hasan...
Read Part 1: Pulling Back the Curtain on Canada’s Mass Surveillance Programs – Part One: A Decade of Secret Spy...

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