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1 Ontario's new police powers "very concerning": civil liberties group | News
2 Ontario walks back new policing powers following pushback
3 Ontario gives police sweeping powers as Covid crisis spirals out of control
4 Ontario to limit outdoor gatherings amid wave of infections
5 Waterloo Region, Guelph adjust to changing provincial restrictions
6 Court ruling on Quebec's religious symbols law expected Tuesday
7 Civil liberties group calls on New Brunswick to ease COVID-19 travel restrictions
8 NB Travel Restrictions Are Unconstitutional: CCLA
9 Indigenous, marginalized groups hurt by Law Society of Manitoba 'good character' process: CCLA
10 Civil liberties watchdogs say stay-at-home order opens door to 'return to carding'
11 Ontario could see over 18,000 new COVID-19 cases per day by end of May: source
12 Groups band together to eliminate Law Society's discriminatory good character requirement
13 Queen's Park walks back police powers and playground bans amid public criticism
14 The State of COVID-19 in Jails
15 Today's coronavirus news: Ontario backpedals on new police powers after backlash; Alberta confirms second blood clot case after AstraZeneca vaccine; Global COVID-19 deaths top 3 million
16 Covid-19: Virus Surge Strikes Pennsylvania as Variants Spread Across U.S.
17 Waterloo Region, Guelph adjust to adjustment of provincial restrictions
18 Ontario tightens restrictions, gives police new powers amid dire COVID predictions
19 Should a bullying comedy routine be illegal? Canada’s high court may decide.
20 Canadian Civil Liberties Association says facial recognition tech in Canada should be suspended
21 Canadian Civil Liberties Assoc. calling out discriminatory law practice
22 Ontario’s new COVID-19 restrictions have science ‘absolutely upside-down,’ experts say
23 Canadian Civil Liberties Association appealing decision upholding N.L. travel ban
24 COVID-19: Ford walks back new police powers; Ontario reports 4,250 new cases
25 Civil rights group urges Toronto to reallocate more than $250M spent on police
26 'They're petri dishes for COVID-19': Advocates call for decarceration, vaccination of inmates
27 /R E P E A T -- Media Advisory
28 Canadian Civil Liberties Association Threatens Lawsuit Against Province of New Brunswick
29 COVID in Ontario 'dire,' more restrictions debated
30 The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for Saturday, March 27, 2021
31 Civil liberties group finds Ontario police used COVID-19 database illegally
32 Mandatory hotel quarantines could harm lower-income Canadians: Canadian Civil Liberties Association
33 Civil liberties group warns mandatory hotel quarantines may harm low income Canadians
34 Chris Selley: Civil liberties matter, even in a pandemic. Especially in a pandemic
35 Why did the Canadian Civil Liberties Association challenge Newfoundland & Labrador's travel ban?
36 Scarborough PC MPP speaks out against new government measures: ‘This is not the way to help people’
37 Canadian Press NewsAlert: P.E.I. suspends use of AstraZeneca vaccine among young
38 Advocates critique rising jail figures in some provinces after initial COVID-19 fall
39 Civil liberties groups question B.C.’s ban on in-person religious services
40 The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Changed Civil Liberties. Experts Worry They Won’t Go Back.
41 Some provinces yet to say when jail inmates to be vaccinated against COVID-19
42 Quarantine of Travelling Canadians Raises Human Rights Concerns
43 Canadian Civil Liberties Association doesn’t believe B.C. travel ban can be implemented
44 Civil-liberties groups caution against 'extreme' COVID measures in Quebec
45 RCMP flouted internet policy; U.S. shooting leaves 10 dead: In The News for March 23
46 Civil rights group sues New Brunswick over access to abortion
47 Canadian Civil Liberties Association looking to challenge Bill 38 amendment
48 Ontario Court of Appeal considers scope of Crown Liability and Proceedings Act
49 COVID-19 situation in Ontario described as 'dire,' cabinet debates new restrictions
50 Civil liberties watchdog warns of ‘ugly ticketing pandemic’ during COVID-19 outbreak
51 Civil liberties lawyer concerned after Etobicoke restaurant owner billed for police response
52 Legal groups launch court application over sharing of COVID-19 test data with police
53 Canadian Civil Liberties Association says Ottawa should drop some pandemic fines
54 Canadian Civil Liberties Association put enforcement of pandemic orders under spotlight
55 "Better safe than sorry is the motto of a police state": Cara Zwibel, a civil liberties lawyer, says Canada's new quarantine hotel rules may violate the Charter
56 Province-wide curfew would violate charter rights: CCLA
57 TekSavvy lawyers argue Federal Court of Canada erred in ordering ISPs to block certain websites
58 Millions of dollars in COVID-19 fines disproportionately hurting Black, Indigenous, marginalized groups: report
59 Estimated 10,000 COVID-19 tickets issued in Canada, says Canadian Civil Liberties Association; only one of them in Newfoundland and Labrador
60 Civil liberties group backs return of Listuguj students to Sugarloaf
61 Civil liberties organization says N.W.T. public health orders may be unconstitutional
62 Civil liberties group takes RCMP to court over delayed response to alleged spying complaint
63 Ontario police used COVID-19 database illegally, civil rights groups find
64 N.B. border restrictions could infringe on mobility rights, says civil liberties group
65 The coronavirus is costing us more than just our health and economy
66 Civil liberties need to be monitored amidst pandemic, experts say
67 Canadian Civil Liberties Association files lawsuit over Quayside project
68 Government COVID-19 emergency measures are 'death of civil liberties by a thousand cuts': report
69 CCLA slams COVID-response bills in Ontario, Alberta and Newfoundland and Labrador
70 Civil liberties group prepared to sue New Brunswick over access to abortion
71 Coronavirus: Civil liberties group concerned as Ontario cops get IDs of those who test positive
72 Ontario ends police access to COVID-19 database after legal challenge
73 Civil rights groups object to 'unconstitutional' emergency order in Thunder Bay
74 Civil liberties lawyer concerned after Adamson BBQ owner billed for police response
75 Province says both 'liberty' and 'death' would result if COVID travel restrictions are quashed | Saltwire
76 Civil liberties group pens letter questioning Yukon’s COVID-19 border restrictions
77 Civil Liberties group seeks amnesty for recreational tickets issued during COVID
78 Tight New Restrictions in Parts of Quebec as Cases Rise Again
79 Civil liberties org watching how politicians are policing people during pandemic
80 Nunavut's ban on gatherings goes too far, says civil liberties watchdog
81 Civil liberties association sues Canadian government over Sidewalk Labs' Toronto smart city
82 What does COVID-19 mean for your civil liberties? Watchdog group on alert
83 Rights groups end litigation at SCC on solitary confinement
84 Why were police in Thunder Bay, Ont. so curious about your COVID-19 status? Civil rights groups want to know
85 Quebec court case opens on ban of religious symbols
86 Canada's coronavirus fines at least CAN$13M: Study
87 Canadian Civil Liberties Association tells province to change Bill 38 or face Charter challenge
88 Closing arguments heard in challenge of N.L.’s coronavirus travel ban
89 Civil liberties group filing Charter challenge over Newfoundland's ban on travel into province
90 Civil liberty fears mount over Quebec's provincewide COVID-19 curfew
91 Canadian Civil Liberties Association and law students teach Manitoba high schoolers, community members about civil rights
92 Vitalité disputes a claim made in CCLA abortion-access lawsuit
93 Newfoundland and Labrador acted in a 'serious and potentially catastrophic' situation, expert testifies at travel ban challenge | Saltwire
94 N.L. travel ban upheld in provincial Supreme Court ruling
95 Government lawyers argue ditching N.L. travel ban will result in 'liberty' and 'death'
96 Rights groups fight sharing of COVID-19 status with Ontario police forces in court
97 Mandating 'vaccination passports' for access to services, travel would be a violation of civil liberties
98 What is a reasonable limit on our right to travel?
99 National | CBA National
100 Nunavut gov't may amend COVID-19 order banning gatherings after outcry from rights group