Shared Histories – the US, Canada and torture

This week, the United States Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released the declassified 499-page Executive Summary of its still-classified 6,700-page study on the CIA torture program from 2001 to 2009. […]

Coming Together in Memory and Hope

This is a defining moment in the epic legal battle the BC Civil Liberties Association has been waging for over four years to decriminalize physician assisted dying. Tomorrow, on October 15, […]

UN Security Council Resolution 2178

October 2014 Last week, as the first wave of airstrikes were being launched against ISIL (or IS, or ISIS, depending on the naming convention being used), the UN Security Council […]