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Any of these understandable reactions diminishes the quality of the target group's participation in society, and in turn damages the fabric of Canada's multicultural society and its commitment to the equality of persons (ACLRC, Freedom of Expression and Its Limitations in Canada-Background Materials and Learning Activities, 2004).
More information about privacy may be obtained from our publication Privacy Handbook for Canadians: Your Rights and Remedies by ACLRC and Brian Edy.
About 13 years ago, the Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre (ACLRC) published a study on the circumstances of mentally disabled persons in the criminal justice system.