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May 15, 2012

Gitxsan remain divided

Tyler McCreary
BC court considers ordering arrest of Gitxsan hereditary chiefs blockading the offices of the Gitxsan Treaty Society after they signed an agreement supporting Enbridge's Northern Gateway Pipeline..
Podcast
Jun 22, 2011

HIV, Law and Human Rights

Pivot Legal Society
Vancouver lawyer Elin Sigurdson talks to Pivot's Laura Drake about attending the third annual Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network Symposium on HIV, Law and Human Rights.
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Tak-tak-tak

Software
Tak-tak-tak offers an online forum for discussions about social change in Russia
Podcast
Dec 13, 2010

The Cuban 5 are still behind bars 12 years later

Migrant Matters
Their heroism and innocence denied, the Cuban 5 have remained in jail since their arrest 12 years ago. Lawyer Lorne Gershuny shares the latest on the case and speaks about its political significance.
Podcast
Mar 17, 2010

Social enterprise lawyers

Pivot Legal Society
This week we talked to Katrina Pacey, managing partner of Pivot Legal LLP, about an exciting event coming up where they will be judged.
Podcast
Nov 10, 2009

Animal rights activists fight U.S. terrorism law

Stark Raven: Prison Justice
Animal rights activists are increasingly being targetted by the state as terrorists. A lawyer with the Center for Constitutional Rights is challenging the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act.
News
Oct 20, 2009

Free pass for a war criminal: Bush is back in Canada

Gail Davidson
George W. Bush is back in Canada this week. A Lawyers Against War member wonders why Canadian law still isn't being applied to bar or prosecute him for his role in war crimes.
Blog
Oct 20, 2009

When governments have contempt for the law

Murray Dobbin
There is an alarming trend in Canada in the past few months of governments demonstrating contempt for the law and for people's civil liberties.
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Dealing with arrest

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Guides and services about what to do if you're arrested anywhere in Canada

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