Canadian Civil Liberties Association
An independent, national, nongovernmental organization that fights for the civil liberties, human rights, and democratic freedoms of all people across Canada. Works in the courts, before legislative committees, in the classrooms, and in the streets, protecting the rights and freedoms cherished by Canadians and entrenched in the Constitution.
NOTE: CCLA is a public interest organization that engages in advocacy and public education. Unlike a community legal clinic, the organization is generally not in a position to provide members of the public with legal advice or direct legal representation.
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