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Charter of rights and freedoms

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Transcript of Charter of rights and freedoms

LEGAL RIGHTS
Welcome to CANADA!!!!!!
Aboriginal peoples rights.
Mobility Rights...
With the mobility rights every canadian citizen has the right to enter and leave Canada and has the right to take up any residence in any province and also to seek employment.
The charter of rights and freedoms!
These are the rights and freedoms that you will need to know to be able to stay in Canada! Lets begin with some actions...
Action #2...
DRUNK DRIVING!! Don't drink any kind of alcohol and drive at the same time because its death causing and illegal. People are losing their lives every day just because of one choice, to drink and drive.
Action's to take #1...
Voting is one of the most important things you can do to help Canada. To vote you must be at least 18 years of age and have a photo ID. Voting helps Canada by having a provincial election for your province and a federal election for all of Canada!
Action #3...
CRIME STOPPERS!! Crime stoppers is a great organization, and all you have to do is call 1-800-222-8477 and give out small pieces of information about a crime that you see so they can STOP THE CRIME!
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This type of right allows all aboriginals the Inuit, First Nations, and the Metis culture, traditions and customs are safe and protected under the charter of rights and freedoms.
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-Everyone has the right to life liberty and personal security.
-When arrested, the officer must tell you why you are being arrested and read out your rights using the speech "you have the right to remain silent, anything you say or do can and will be used against you in the court of law." You have the right to an attorney, if you cannot afford an attorney one will be appointed you do you understand these rights as they have been read to you?" If any of those things are mist, the suspect will easily be proven innocent.
-Everyone has the right on an arrest or detention.
-To remain and instruct legal counsel.
-Everyone in Canada is innocent until proven guilty.
-If found guilty not to be tried or punished for the same offence.
people who don'tunderstand the language or are deaf may may request
the use of an interpreter.
-Police can look at your house, car, apartment, ect but cannot search anything unless they have a search warrant which will be given to an officer for a good reason.
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Equality Rights
- Every person in canada -
regardless of race, religion, culture, colour, sex, etc.

Canada is proud of the many cultural groups that live and work in Canada. The charter values this diversity and ensures governments and the courts
interpret the charter in such a way to promote this multicultural heritage.
Multicultural heritage
Minority Languages of Canada
Canadian citizens have the right their children educated in English or French with the conditions...
-The first language learned is still understood and is the one for which the insruction is being requested.
-the requested language is the one which either parent was educated.
-the requested language is the same one in which another child in the family has reseived or is reseiving.
Official languages of Canada
Democratic rights...
Everyone has the right to vote and run in elections and Parliament holds a session at least every year to question and discuss government policies.
Fundamental freedoms
The freedom of conscience and religion.
The freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression.
The freedom of peaceful assembly
The freedom of association.
- Both french and English are they official languages of Canada. These languages are equal in all institutions of parliament and the government.
- The right to use English and French in the pleadings of the federal courts,including the supreme court of Canada as well as the courts in New Brunswick is protected.
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