Jul. 26, 2017: Petition to defend the civil rights of Kevin Johnston
May 2, 2017: "Why Defend Civil Liberties?" Guest presentation at Got-Law? Mini-course at Carleton U
Dec. 29, 2016: OCLA's 2016 Year in Review
Oct. 13, 2017: "Bubble zone legislation is 'simply wrong'" The Catholic Register
12 sep 2017 : "L'urgence de réformer le système carcéral en Ontario" ICI Radio-Canada
Aug. 21, 2017: "OCLA says free speech is in danger"
The John Oakley Show
Aug. 13, 2017: "Restaurateur sues two for defamation after being accused of links to extremism" The Globe and Mail
Aug. 11, 2017: "What Happens When An Anti-Muslim Internet Personality Begins To Face Consequences" CanadaLand
Aug. 4, 2017: "Don’t outlaw hateful speech, counter it: Editorial" Toronto Star
Aug. 1, 2017: "OCLA starts petition to defend the free speech rights of Kevin Johnston" The John Oakley Show
Jul. 31, 2017: "OCLA petition says hate charge against Kevin Johnston 'systemically political'" Toronto Star
Jul. 31, 2017: "Christie Blatchford: The danger to individual Canadians who won't toe the party line"
Jul. 28, 2017: "OCLA petition says hate charge against Kevin Johnston 'systemically political'" Mississauga.com
Apr. 5, 2017: "RCMP acknowledges using phone trackers to collect Canadians’ cellular details" Toronto Star
Mar. 13, 2017: "Curfew and internet ban for B.C. man convicted of online hate against Jewish people" CBC News
Jan. 5, 2017: "At Least Nine Ontario Police Agencies Helped Deploy Secret Surveillance Gear" Motherboard
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OCLA has launched a petition to the Attorney General of Ontario, The Hon. Yasir Naqvi, asking for the retraction of his consent for criminal proceedings against Kevin Johnston under the “hate speech” provisions of Canada’s Criminal Code. The petition site is at … Continue reading
The OCLA sent the following email this evening to Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs) of Ontario:
The OCLA’s letter to PEN Canada regarding the Censorship Tracker website and the case of Mr. Arthur Topham is embedded below and posted online here.
Summary: The president of the Ottawa Police Association (the Ottawa police officers’ union) wrote a letter to the president of Carleton University demanding that criminology professor Darryl Davies apologize for statements he made critical of policing in Ontario. The police … Continue reading