Lawsuit Against C-51: Waiting On Response From Government

The CJFE and BCCLA launched a lawsuit against Bill C-51, the Anti-Terrorism Act, over a year ago and are waiting on a response from the government.
 Bill C-51 was passed and became law in Canada long ago and at that time it was passed in the face of widespread discontent from across the country. Hundreds of thousands of Canad… https://pressfortruth.ca/top-stories/lawsuit-against-c-51-waiting-response-government/

Justice Isn't Affordable For All Canadians

There is a growing issue in Canada with middle class citizens who aren't able to access legal aid.Average rates for lawyer services run upwards of $300 per hour and for those who cannot afford it are left with having to represent themselves.
There is a growing issue in Canada with middle class citizens who aren't able to access legal aid and who are being forced to represent themselves in court. Average rates for lawye… https://pressfortruth.ca/top-stories/justice-isnt-affordable-all-canadians/

Controversial Carding Policy: Ontario Wants Random “Street Checks” of Citizens

Ontario wants to further implement and regulate the controversial carding policy that allows police officers to check people randomly on the street.
According to the Ontario Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Yasir Naqvi, Ontario is looking to newly standardize a highly controversial carding policy that ha… https://pressfortruth.ca/top-stories/controversial-carding-policy-ontario-wants-random-street-checks-citizens/

Canadian Government Cracking Down On Israeli Criticism

Criticism against police officers isn't the only thing that Canadian authorities are cracking down on. Now the Harper government is looking to use hate crime laws against Canadian advocacy groups that try to encourage boycotts of Israel.
Criticism against police officers isn't the only thing that Canadian authorities are cracking down on. Now the Harper government is looking to use hate crime laws against Canadian… https://pressfortruth.ca/top-stories/canadian-government-cracking-down-israeli-criticism/

Montreal Activist Charged After Posting Anti-Police Graffiti on Instagram

A student activist in Montreal has been found guilty of criminal harassment and intimidation after she posted some anti-police graffiti to her Instagram account.
Jennifer Pawluck, who refers to herself online as 'Anarcommie', was charged back in 2013 after she took a picture of some anti-police graffiti, featuring senior Montreal police of… https://pressfortruth.ca/top-stories/montreal-activist-charged-after-posting-anti-police-graffiti-instagram/