The Court did not condone the City’s “priorities and approach” regarding Anita Place, and invited the parties to bring another application regarding the constitutionality of the City’s conduct.
Pivot Legal Society and Canadian Drug Policy Coalition successfully defend supervised consumption at Federal Court of Canada
Justice Mosley agreed with our arguments and dismissed CABA’s application, citing directly from our submissions. In his decision
Pivot Legal Society files appeal to BC Supreme Court Order after heavy-handed enforcement at Anita Place
We intend to inform the Court of the City and RCMP’s misconduct over the weekend, which included numerous and egregious contraventions of Justice Grauer’s decision.
Pivot Legal Society seeks leave to appeal aspects of BC Supreme Court ruling on Anita Place. Encouraged by recognition of life safety concerns and the allowing of solid structures
We are encouraged by the Court's recognition of life safety concerns and the allowing of solid structures
Pivot Legal and Anita Place respond to City of Maple Ridge’s Supreme Court Application on first day of winter
As the coldest days of the year approach, the City is striving to break apart a community of homeless people living at Anita Place tent city
Pivot Legal Society and Canadian Drug Policy Coalition defend access to harm reduction at Federal Court of Canada
Businesses should not have the mandatory right to delay the provision of health services
Pivot Legal Society fights to abolish mandatory ‘victim fine surcharge’ from Criminal Code at Supreme Court of Canada
The surcharge entrenches marginalized communities in poverty and forces them to make choices that threaten their health and safety. It is a dangerous vestige of the Harper government and must go.