Inside the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms - 2017-02-13

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F0.png Inside the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms February 13, 2017, Kaitlyn Simpson, The Varsity

From helping pro-life campus groups sue student unions to assigning universities ratings on "campus freedom," one Alberta-based non-profit is becoming prominent within Canadian campus politics.

Formed in 2010, the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF) tackles controversial legal cases across the country. The registered charity defends individuals, groups, and organizations pro bono — it defends "Canadians facing a violation of one of their human rights or constitutional freedoms."

The centre also criticizes government policies and court decisions that it believes "impact the civil and constitutional rights of Canadians."

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{{cite news | first = Kaitlyn | last = Simpson | title = Inside the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms | url = https://thevarsity.ca/2017/02/13/inside-the-justice-centre-for-constitutional-freedoms/ | work = The Varsity | date = February 13, 2017 | accessdate = December 27, 2019 }}