BCCLA

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BCCLABritish Columbia Civil Liberties Association
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Gloria Taylor (diagnosed with a fatal neurodegenerative disease in 2009) along with Lee Carter, Hollis Johnson, William Shoichet (33) and the BCCLA challenged the constitutionality of those provisions due to their infringement of sections 7 and 15 of the Charter.
This paper closes with a review of the above-noted CCLA/CJFE and BCCLA litigation, in an attempt to highlight present day uses of this privacy-centric approach to section 2(b) in Canadian courtrooms.
(203.) See BCCLA, supra note 15; Corrections and Conditional Release Act, SC 1992, c 20.
Canada (which was filed by the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, or BCCLA), is named for Kathleen Carter, who died in Switzerland in 2010 after being unable to obtain an assisted death in Canada.
There's more information at bccla. org, ccrweb.ca and carl-acaadr.ca.
The BCCLA is concerned with issues of freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, privacy and other core liberty values.
There's more information at justica4migrantworkers.com and bccla.org.
bccla.org/index.html), the Manitoba Association of Rights and Liberties (www.marl.