Submissions and Resolutions


Congratulations and Invitation

  • January 15, 2019

The CBA welcomes the new Minister of Justice

Aboriginal Law, Administrative Law, Air & Space Law and 42 more..., Alternative Dispute Resolution, Insolvency Law, Business Law, CCCA, Charities & Not-for-Profit Law, Child and Youth Law, Civil Litigation, Commodity Tax, Customs and Trade, Competition Law, Constitutional & Human Rights, Construction and Infrastructure Law, Criminal Justice, Elder Law, Environmental, Energy and Resources Law, Equity, Family Law, French Speaking Lawyers, Health Law, Immigration Law, Insolvency Law, Insurance Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Judges Forum, Labour & Employment, Law Practice Management, Well-Being, Maritime Law, Entertainment, Media and Communications Law, Military Law, Municipal Law, Pensions and Benefits Law, Privacy and Access, Public Sector, Real Property Law, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, Sole Practitioners, Student Forum, Taxation Law, Wills, Estates and Trusts, Women Lawyers, Young Lawyers

Spousal Sponsorship Process

  • November 01, 2018

The CBA offers Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada its input on how to improve the spousal sponsorship program.

Administrative Law, Child and Youth Law, Family Law and 2 more..., Immigration Law, International Law

Review of Refugee Determination Procedures

  • August 16, 2018

The CBA supports an independent Immigration and Refugee Board, and offers input on recommended changes to IRB procedures.

Administrative Law, Immigration Law, International Law and 2 more..., Public Sector, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Support for LGBTI2S Rights Globally

  • August 03, 2018

The CBA highlights a recent resolution on advancing LGBTI2S rights globally and urges the government to show leadership in that arena.

Constitutional & Human Rights, Immigration Law, International Law and 1 more..., Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity

Reversing the Faster Removal of Foreign Criminals Act

  • July 06, 2018

The CBA urges reversal of measures undermining due process in immigration matters, and highlights disproportionate impact of new impaired driving penalties on permanent residents

Administrative Law, Criminal Justice, Immigration Law