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.
The Nicolas Maduro government recently introduced a decree that requires any citizen, working in both the private or public sector, to be called and forced into working in a state-sponsored program that specializes in food production.
A new bombing campaign has been initiated this week overseas against ISIL and officials from the United States have said that there is “no end point at this particular moment” when it comes to this battle.
A growing number of jurisdictions are trying to implement legislation that will seek to limit StingRay spying by local law enforcement agencies.
The Canadian couple that was recently released after their case was found to be one of entrapment, were shortly re-arrested by police.
Activists with the help of support groups have opened an illegal supervised injection site in Surrey, British Columbia.
As part of an ongoing Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, it was recently revealed that the FBI was told numerous times that if it wanted to use some of the information it collected then it was required to seek explicit authorization from the court; even if it was an emergency.
A robot lawyer was invented by a 19-year-old, Joshua Browder, has now helped over 160,000 people to void their parking tickets, totaling about $4 million that he's managed to help keep out of the hands of the state.