Human rights

Windsor’s new associate dean to advance Indigenous law in legal education

Windsor’s new associate dean to advance Indigenous law in legal education

A flashpoint in Indigenous politics in the early ‘90s drove Beverly Jacobs towards a legal career

Canadian Constitution Foundation suggests amendments to mandatory mask order in Ontario

Canadian Constitution Foundation suggests amendments to mandatory mask order in Ontario

Order breaches rights to individual liberty, informational privacy and non-discrimination, said CCF

CCLA slams COVID-response bills in Ontario, Alberta and Newfoundland and Labrador

CCLA slams COVID-response bills in Ontario, Alberta and Newfoundland and Labrador

A new report that assesses the civil liberties implications of stay-at-home orders

Public interest organizations file challenge against Toronto to address COVID-19 shelter crisis

Public interest organizations file challenge against Toronto to address COVID-19 shelter crisis

At least 135 people staying in the City’s shelters and respite sites confirmed to be infected

Leading litigator and human rights lawyer Raj Anand named chairperson of Law Commission of Ontario

Leading litigator and human rights lawyer Raj Anand named chairperson of Law Commission of Ontario

Anand served as an elected bencher for the Law Society of Ontario from 2007 to 2019

Ombudsman fields over 300 COVID-19-related complaints

Ombudsman fields over 300 COVID-19-related complaints

A total of around 800 new cases have been filed over the past few weeks