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Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

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Vivia Nguyen

on 6 December 2010

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Transcript of Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms

Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Fundamental Freedoms Mobility Rights Democratic Rights Legal Rights Equality Rights freedom to be able to express your opinion freedom to be able to choose your own religion freedom to organize peaceful meetings and demonstrations to associate with anybody to be free of imprisonment , search and seizure without reason to have a fair & quick trial by an impartial court that assumes that you are innocent until proven guilty must be backed by law & evidence to be free of discrimination because of race, national or ethnic origin, religion, gender, age or mental/physical disability. to be able to vote for members of the HOuse of Commons and the provincial legislatures to be able to vote for a new government at least every five years to move anywhere in Canada & to earn a living there and to be able to enter, stay in, or leave Canada The Charter of rights and freedom applies to everybody in Canada - citizens or not. two exceptions, you must be a canadian citizen:
to have the right to vote
to be able to enter and leave Canada freely Constitution allows us to challenge laws in court, if they restrict our charter of rights & freedoms The Judicial Branch interprets these challenges against the Charter of Rights and Freedoms The Charter is the Highest Law in Canada's Constitution ex. during world war II, japenese were forced to leave their homes and moved into B.C's interior & not allowed to leave without the permission of RCMPs ex. before 1918, women were not allowed to vote, they held huge rallies fighting for the right sometimes, were imprisoned for their views Sources:
Issues for Canadians textbook ex. during world war I, canadians of ukrainian or german descent were arrest because of their identity by vivian, taylor & vivia "Innocent until proven guilty"
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