Where Did the Stingray Inquiry Go? 

[box title=”” border_width=”2″ border_color=”#000000″ border_style=”solid” align=”left”]On Monday, July 25, 2016 BCCLA Policy Director Micheal Vonn will be speaking at the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law conference in […]

Getting Charter rights right

The BCCLA has been in court a LOT over the past several years. We’ve launched challenges to the prohibition on physician assisted dying, indefinite solitary confinement and second-class citizenship, and […]

Canada’s Spies Are Out of Control

By Christopher Malmo/ Vice.com Published February 11, 2014     here was an alarming lack of sustained outrage when it was revealed that CSEC, Canada’s NSA, was testing out a spying program […]

CBSA Refusal of Consent Form FAQ

Tell Border Security: “I Do Not Consent” Being present at border crossings should not mean consent to being filmed for any purpose related to making a television series. It is an […]