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Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Transcript of Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Historical Examples of individual rights, before Charter
Japanese Canadians , WW2
Examples of freedoms/rights which are guaranteed
anyone in canada
Freedom of religon, Thought, beliefs, opinion, expression
1. Historical examples of abuses of individual rights that occurred without The Carter
2. Examples of freedoms/rights which are guaranteed
3. Responsibilities that come along with freedoms/ rights
4. How The Charter helps to protect you in the workplace
5. Enforcement of Charter rights/freedoms
6. How Does The Charter Impact Our Individual Rights and Governance in Canada?
7. How effectively does Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms protect your individual rights?
How The Charter helps to protect you in the workplace
The Canadain Charter of Rights and Freedom Protects anyone form discrimination in the workplace.
Responsibilities that come along with freedoms/ rights
say what's on your mind but also respct other people's freedom of speach
Don't force our beliefs onto someone
respect other people's freedom of religion, opinion
respect people's right to protest or join any grop they want
Suffrage women right movement
During the WW2 all japanese
canadians rights were suspended
and all their property was sold off
Before the women
earned their rights,
they were disriminated
in workplace. Their wage
would be half as much
of the men. They were
lucky that they even got
Right to vote
right to rn in office and be a member in government if elected
Canadaian Citizen only
Life, liberty, and Security
Free fro illegal search and seizers
illegally detained without reason
access to a lawyer without delay
innocent until proven guilty
Can only be tried once for a crime
Access to an interpreter
Anyone in Canada
Everyone equal before the law
Equal benefits - no disdrimination
Exception: Laws (affirmative action)
Anyone in Canada
You can move and work anywhere in canada
passport-free to leave and enter Canada
Canadian Citizen only
Know and obey the law
Be a part jury
Follow laws & rules in other countiers
Is to actually vote and ecome imformed
if you can you shold also run for office
Not to discrimiate
Your workplace can't fire someone who is efficiently compliting his/her task
Gender / Race
Your workplace cannot fire of not give you a job based on your sex or origin, they need to give a ligitiment reason for their actions
In the charter of rights and freedoms we are given the right to practice our own religion. sice we are given that right, we cannot be discriminate others based on religion in our workplace
Enforcement of Charter Rights/Freedoms
Anyone who believes his or her rights or freedoms under the Charter have been violated can go to court and present their situation. But that person then must show how their The crater of rights and freedom has infringed. If the court is not convinced by your argument, then it can only drop the case. But if the argument is convincing action will be taken aganist the offender.
How Does The Charter Impact Our Individual Rights and Governance in Canada?
The Charter guaranties our rights and freedoms. With the Charter we are given Fundamental Freedoms, Democratic Rights, Mobility Rights, Equality Rights, and legal rights. Even our government does not have the right to overrun, The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom. The Constitution, rule book for the government, does not give them the right to. Even when making or introducing a law or bill, they have to keep the Charter in mind.
How effectively does Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms protect your individual rights?
Before the charter, there were so many discrimination throughout Canada. For example, The Japanese Canadians. The rights of Japanese Canadians during World War 2 were taken away. All their property was sold off, and they were all sent to internment camps. Now that we have the Canadian charter of rights and freedom, if this situation were to take place again the government cannot repeat this, the Constitution will not give them the right to. The government cannot take action against a group of people based of religion, race, age or gender. Because the people in Canada are protected with the Canadian Charter of Right of Freedom.