A note from the President on TWU

Dear fellow BCCLA members, I am writing to you about the Board’s recent decision to change our position on whether Trinity Western University should be granted accreditation for its proposed […]

Foreign Radical: a theatrical game and panel

Theatre Conspiracy presents a mobile interactive theatre experience for 20 participants per showing to explore the issues of surveillance, security, terrorism, profiling, privacy, and freedom of expression. Participants are invited to team up, debate, […]

8 things you need to know about Bill C-51

By Alyssa Stryker, BCCLA Caseworker, and Carmen Cheung, BCCLA Senior Counsel A condensed version of this piece first appeared in The Tyee. At over 60 pages, Bill C-51 – the […]

Ethics for Breakfast

Periodically, the human and civil rights of a community seem to be in conflict. Such is the case with Trinity Western University’s (TWU) Community Covenant that requires students to refrain […]