Bill C-51 submissions, redux

  This week, the Senate’s Standing Committee on National Security and Defence continues its pre-study of Bill C-51, while an amended version of the Bill proceeds to third reading in […]

Wait… there’s more!

  Much of the public discussion about Bill C-51 has focused on its implications for rights to protest and dissent, and with good reason – between the proposed Security of […]

Vancouver Day of Action Against Bill C-51

BC Civil Liberties Association Executive Director Josh Paterson will be speaking at the Vancouver Day of Action To Stand Against Bill C-51 this weekend. The day of action is linked […]

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 […]

C-51: Panel discussion on the anti-terror bill

  On March 24th, a panel of legal experts and political scientists will explore the ramifications of Bill C-51, anti-terror legislation currently making its way through the House of Commons. […]