BCCLA reacts to Bill C36, new sex work legislation

This week, the federal government made public The Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act, a bill drafted in response to the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Canada v. Bedford. […]

Ethics for Breakfast Speakers Series

The BCCLA’s policy director Michael Vonn will be speaking at the Workplace Centre for Spiritual and Ethical Development’s Ethics for Breakfast Speaker Series on April 9th. Vonn will be focusing on […]

BCCLA to argue polygamy law is unconstitutional

Vancouver – On Wednesday, April 13 the BCCLA will argue before the BC Supreme Court that Canada’s anti-polygamy law is unconstitutional. The BCCLA will argue that the law offends fundamental […]