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BC Civil Liberties Association

The BC Civil Liberties Association was established in 1962. We are funded by the Law Foundation of BC and by citizens who believe in what we do. Our mandate is to preserve, defend, maintain and extend civil liberties and human rights in British Columbia and across Canada.

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In this handbook, you’ll learn about a variety of civil liberties issues that affect you – everything from dress codes to sniffer dogs to whether or not your teacher can go through the contents of your phone. Become as ...
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A resource created for students and new Canadians, but also a useful reminder for all Canadians who take their citizenship for granted. Topics discussed include protecting your rights, making the democratic process work ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Punjabi, Vietnamese
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This factsheet tells you about the roles and responsibilities of Conservation Officers, their powers, and steps you can take if you believe your rights have been violated.
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This factsheet provides you with information about your biometrics’ privacy rights in the workplace and the things you can do if you believe that your employer has breached them.
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This factsheet provides you with information about your privacy rights in the workplace with regard to video and audio surveillance and the things you can do if you believe that your employer has breached them.
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This factsheet explains your privacy rights with regard to strata corporations.
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In this factsheet find out about the right to free expression in Canada.
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In this factsheet find out about the right to free expression in Canada with regard to social media.
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