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In December 2019, Pivot is intervening in the precedent setting case of R v Zora, an important case with far-reaching impacts on the people we serve.
Read Pivot Legal Society's submissions to SPARC BC on the proposed accessibility legislation in British Columbia.
Read Pivot Legal Society's 2018 Annual Report.
On International Overdose Awareness Day, we remember and fight for those we have lost to a senseless war on drugs. Read Pivot Legal Society's statement. #EndOverdose
In light of the federal government’s failure to meaningfully reform drug policy, provinces like B.C. can and must take legal steps to effectively (“de facto”) decriminalize simple possession by re-directing police resources away from its criminal enforcement.
The practice of "street check" lacks a basis in law and is disproportionately weaponized against racialized and low-income communities. This memo calls for a moratorium on street checks as the only alternative to reforms that risk legitimizing an overwhelmingly harmful and discriminatory practice.