Submissions to Government

Our Submissions to Government are open to the public. They are presented here in a non-accessible PDF format. If you would like to receive an accessible web version, please contact us by email.


Potential WTO Negotiations on E-commerce

  • May 07, 2019

The CBA believes a WTO e-commerce agreement could increase market access, eliminate barriers to digital trade and safeguard personal information and consumer protection but stresses that it should not restrict competition.

Business Law, CCCA, Commodity Tax, Customs and Trade and 5 more..., Competition Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Labour & Employment, Taxation Law

LGBTQ2 Health in Canada

  • May 01, 2019

The CBA comments on LGBTQI2S health giving input on conversion therapies, access to medication, intersex surgeries, eligibility to donate blood and trans health challenges.

Charities & Not-for-Profit Law, Constitutional & Human Rights, Criminal Justice and 5 more..., Family Law, Health Law, Insurance Law, Privacy and Access, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Bill C-78, Divorce Act Amendments

  • April 15, 2019

The CBA urges prompt passage of Divorce Act amendments (Bill C-78), noting that several CBA recommendations were addressed by changes in the House of Commons.

Child and Youth Law, Constitutional & Human Rights, Family Law and 1 more..., French Speaking Lawyers

Ethical Principles for Judges

  • April 11, 2019

The CBA comments on proposed revisions to the Canadian Judicial Council’s Ethical Principles for Judges