Rouleau Warns of Tight Timelines, But Government Took Maximum Amount of Time to Appoint Commissioner

In Rights by poladmin

OTTAWA — The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) made its opening statement at the Public Order Emergency Commission today. And while Justice Rouleau warns of tight timelines, the CCLA is reminding Canadians the Federal government dragged its feet on appointing a commissioner.
“When it invoked the Emergencies Act the government triggered a Public Order Emergency Commission,” said Cara Zwibel, Director of Fundamental Freedoms for the CCLA.
“The law is clear that the commission has one year to deliver a report. Today, Justice Rouleau emphasized that the commission has tight timelines to do its work.”
“The government was given 60 days to

Read More