In 2013, the core issue, unremarkably, boils down to the same problem that the Supreme Court identified in its 2007 decision: how can one meet a case that one does not know?
David P. Ball
Activists across the country are fighting back against security certificates, racial profiling, and other abuses.
A G20 report, with Alex Hundert in jail, Red Square Rising in Quebec, silencing of scientists and cartoonists in Canada, hacking drones, being stimulated by Greece, and supporting Mahjoub!
On Tuesday afternoon, Mohammad Mahjoub and his supporters stood outside the CSIS Toronto region office building to mark 12 years of detention without charge.
Mohammad Mahjoub (left) was in Ottawa to speak in public for the first time about his ordeal as a security certificate detainee.
For Mohamed Harkat, there was a break in the clouds with the April 25 Federal Court of Appeal ruling that his rights had been violated in the security certificate proceedings he underwent in 2009.
John Bonnar Audio Blog
Mr. Mahjoub has been detained without charge under a "security certificate" since June 2000. He wants his case thrown out after government officials seized documents belonging to his lawyers.
The multi-year extradition saga of Ottawa university professor Hassan Diab has taken yet another bizarre turn with the news that Diab has not even been formally charged.
Jun 9, 2011 to Jun 10, 2011
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The Justice for Mohamed Harkat Committee will be holding a special documentary evening/fundraiser with Amar Wala, director and his film crew from Toronto.
Mar 27, 2010
Human Rights Monument
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The weekend before the closing arguments, and with months expected to pass before a crucial decision on the reasonableness of Mohamed Harkat’s Security Certificate is forthcoming.