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The BC Civil Liberties Association (BCCLA) says it welcomes the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision last week that bars stacking years of parole ineligibility for inmates found guilty of multiple murders. The association called such punishment — de facto life in prison with no chance of parole — “cruel and grossly disproportionate.” The association was an intervenor in the case of ...

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