The OCLA has sent letters today to the leaders of Ontario’s PC, Liberal, NDP, and Green parties, asking for each leader’s position on the protection of privacy of employees, and right to access one’s own personal information in Ontario.
The letters are posted at the following links:
The Ontario Civil Liberties Association (OCLA) has sent a letter today to the Members of the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications and to all Canadian Senators opposing changes to Bill C-49 (Transportation Modernization Act), which in-effect stifle public interest advocacy and undermine access to justice in the area of air transportation.
The letter can be read below or at the link here.
Update (2018-03-27): “Senate Committee Sides with Canadian Air Passengers Against Proposed Government Bill”, Air Passenger Rights
2018-03-11 OCLA Letter to Senators re Bill C-49 by Ontario Civil Liberties Association
The OCLA sent a letter today to the Honourable Ahmed D. Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship re: the Canadian government’s intent to deport Mr. Abdoul Abdi, and systemic violations of international law.
The letter is online here and embedded below:
The OCLA has written to the members of Toronto City Council asking them to deny a proposal by Councillor James Pasternak that would bar public demonstrations on the basis of projected or inferred political views.
The letter is posted online here and embedded below:
2017-11-26 Letter OCLA to Toronto City Councillors by Ontario Civil Liberties Association on Scribd