Art for a Cause

  In 2014, the BC Civil Liberties Association honoured one outspoken voice with a Liberty award for Excellence in the Arts for her refusal to sit idly by while her work […]

Election Shenanigans

On Saturday, I volunteered as an observer at one of the advance election polls. I watched hundreds of people wait in line to cast their ballot, and it was pretty […]

Abbotsford trial comes to a close

This week, final arguments came to a close in BC/Yukon Association of Drug War Survivors (DWS) v Abbotsford (City). This was a landmark six-week trial in which a group of […]

Pride & Privacy

For the 35th anniversary of Vancouver Pride, the BCCLA reflected on the role privacy has played in protecting LGBTQ+ people and winning LGBTQ+ rights.  Before our love was celebrated as widely […]