Civil Liberties Association renews calls for Border Services oversight

By Andrea Woo  / The Globe and mail Published on March 5, 2014 Canada Border Services Agency accused of failing to act on 800-page report released seven years ago […]

Request for privacy law changes worries BCCLA

By Jason Howe / Published on March 2, 2014 VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – Amid a rise in mental health cases, Vancouver police are calling for privacy law changes. Civil liberties […]

Rights groups want independent CBSA watchdog

 By Thomas Molander/ News 1130  Published March 5, 2014 VANCOUVER (NEWS1130) – The BC Civil Liberties Association is again stressing the need for an independent body that can review […]

Call for oversight of border police ignored, B.C. group says

By The Canadian Press for the Globe and Mail / Published on Mar. 05 2014 A B.C.-based civil rights group is renewing its call for independent oversight of the […]

BC Appeal Court refuses to water down province’s drunk driving laws

By Vivian Luk / The Canadian Press Published on March 3, 2014   VANCOUVER — The British Columbia Appeal Court has refused to water down the province’s tough drunk-driving laws that […]

B.C. court backs drunk-driving bans

By Michael Mui / 24 Hours Vancouver Published on March 3, 2014 B.C. Civil Liberties Association lawyer Raji Mangat speaks to reporters outside the B.C. Court of Appeal on Monday. (JASON […]

Drinking and driving law upheld by B.C. Court of Appeal

CBC News / Published March,3  2014 The B.C. Court of Appeal has upheld the constitutionality of automatic penalties under B.C.’s drinking and driving law. The B.C. Civil Liberties Association had […]