BCCLABritish Columbia Civil Liberties Association
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Speaking about how this case is different from the 1993 case of Sue Rodriguez, who also sought to change Canada's assisted dying laws, BCCLA litigation director Grace Pastine explained that there has been a "sea change" in public opinion since then.
The BCCLA is concerned with issues of freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, privacy and other core liberty values.
Factum of the Intervener, British Columbia Civil Liberties Association" (30 December 1999), online: BCCLA Factum: R v.
Restricted Entry is written by Little Sisters' manager Janine Fuller and journalist Stuart Blackley, and it takes the form of intertwined narratives: Blackley tells the larger story, in which Little Sisters and the BCCLA challenged the validity of the Canada Customs Act.