BC Civil LIberties Association

Bill C-51 protest in front of VAG. File photo by David Geselbracht

BC Civil Liberties joins fight for 'second-class' naturalized citizens' rights

The feds' Bill C-24 could impact millions of innocent Canadians, the civil rights coalition argues.

Occupy protesters without a home, for now

The tents are on hiatus, but the debate goes on.

Another group pulls the plug on B.C.'s missing women inquiry

Pivot Legal Society joins six other groups in saying lack of legal aid unevens the field for groups representing sex workers and aboriginals.

Sex workers need identities protected at Pickton inquiry, lawyer says

Vulnerable witnesses may be drug users or open to intimidation, need to feel comfortable and safe when speaking, independent counsel argues.

Dying woman asks B.C. court to fast track her right-to-die lawsuit

ALS sufferer wants a doctor-assisted suicide -- and soon.

Four groups say they'll have to skip Pickton inquiry because province won't fund them

Attorney general's office was urged by inquiry to help pay official participants' expenses, but continues to refuse.