In this exclusive Press For Truth video report Dan Dicks interviews Caily DiPuma of the BC Civil Liberties Association about their lawsuit against the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) which calls on the government to state clearly who they are watching, what is being collected, and how they are handling Canadians’ private communications and information. 11 more words
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VANCOUVER — Twenty years after the Supreme Court of Canada denied a terminally ill woman’s bid to seek assisted suicide, a B.C. justice group is wagering that Canada’s “social and legal landscape” has shifted enough to try again. 748 more words
A civil liberties watchdog is suing Canada’s electronic spy agency for allegedly breaching the constitutional rights of Canadians. 180 more words
VANCOUVER — A British Columbia civil liberties group is suing a federal government agency over allegations it has spied on Canadian citizens.
The B.C. Civil Liberties Association says the Communications Security Establishment Canada has violated charter rights by intercepting private communications online and over the telephone. 252 more words
The BC Civil Liberties Association announced today it has filed a lawsuit in the BC Supreme Court against the Communications Security Establishment Canada claiming that its broad and unchecked surveillance of Canadians is unconstitutional. 230 more words