Surveillance scandals break while government presses for more surveillance powers

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  From bad to… worse Quebec has just announced a public inquiry examining admissions by the province’s two largest police forces that they have been spying on journalists.  These revelations are timely, to say the least. While Canadians read news … Read More

Calling for a Public Inquiry on Canada’s transfer of Afghan detainees to torture

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Yesterday, human rights lawyer and BCCLA Board Member Paul Champ stood with coalition members from across the country to present an open letter in the House of Commons calling for the government to launch a Commission of Inquiry into the transfer of … Read More