BCCLA files CSEC suit

By Tara Gostelow / CFJC tv Published on April 2, 2014 The bad news is: CSEC may have been spying on you. The good news is: you could get paid […]

BC Services Card may become omnibus-style ID

By Bob Mackin / The Tyee Published April 2, 2014 The B.C. Services Card could become the omnibus identity card that B.C. Civil Liberties Association warned about at a 2013 conference. […]

Is the pipeline fix in?

  By David Burke / Squamish Chief Published April 2, 2014 The revelation hit the news on Tuesday (April 1), but it was no April Fool’s joke: Premier Christy Clark […]

Canada talks back about secret spying

By David Christopher/ Rabble.ca Published March 19, 2014   It’s been a busy few months for anyone who cares about protecting the privacy of Canadians. Since last fall, Canadians have […]

Contraries of B.C. Civil Forfeiture

By Monisha Martins/ Maple Ridge News Published March 14, 2014     The lush rural property near Webster’s Corner was a retirement plan for the elementary school teacher. Purchased in […]